The Jack Shirt is an open collared style shirt with 2 pockets shown in honey-colored, textured, Egyptian cotton. Unlike the shirts from earlier periods, the Jack is box cut so that the side seam is a straight line from armpit to waist. The placket above the cuff is now a continuous lap instead of the detailed, pointed, button placket seen in the dress shirts of prior eras. You will note that the collar is wide and has no collar stand as on occasion men were not required wear a neck tie. This is the beginning of a more casual silhouette for men.
Honey-colored, textured, Egyptian cotton broadcloth:
May be dry cleaned or machine washed in cold water.