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  • Margaret Howell - Wide Placket Polo Shirt
  • Margaret Howell - Wide Placket Polo Shirt
  • Margaret Howell - Wide Placket Polo Shirt
  • Margaret Howell - Wide Placket Polo Shirt

Margaret Howell

Wide Placket Polo Shirt

USD$ 166
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Wide Placket Polo Shirt by Margaret Howell. The classic polo shirt silhouette is updated with a contemporary fit and garment dye treatment. Details include a wide half button placket, split side vents and a spread collar.
  • Details & features
    - 100% Cotton
    - Made in Portugal
    - Style-No.: MHSH0083S19HMI
  • Shipping terms
    Delivery times and rates

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    Greenland and The Faroe Islands DKK 120
    USA & Canada:
    USD 25
    Within 5 working days
    Rest of the world (Asia, Australia, etc.):
    USD 30/ EUR 20

    Within 5 working days

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  • About the brand
    Margaret Howell is a hands-on designer, one whose philosophy has always been to make clothing as she drew them - relaxed and lived in with a natural look. Margaret found inspiration in the fine make and fabric of a man’s shirt, she used quality shirting usually issued for formal wear, but making it up into a softer, less traditional shirt. As a designer, Margaret finds men’s clothing interesting in structure, feel and functionality, after all this she started making womenswear when she realised that women wanted the men’s clothing she was producing.
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