As the 1950â€™s progressed, this shirt was adopted by the Western Wear line. The term â€œsawtoothâ€ refers to the style of pocket â€“ in this case two, both on the chest â€“ which finishes in two points and are fastened with mother-of-pearl snaps. The style is slim fitted with an open front and mother-of-pearl snaps do the job of buttons on the placket.
A lovingly customized shirt from the 1950’s Levi’s Western Wear line. For either repair or aesthetic reasons, the owner of this shirt customized the sleeves with darker indigo denim for a contrasting look. Available now at HAVEN.
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