Women’s Shirt with Three-Quarter-Lenght Sleeves by Armor lux
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A Breton with Three-Quarter Length Sleeves.
It looks like a classical sailor’s shirt from Armor lux; however, it comes with different details: with sleeves running to the crook in the arm and a neckline that is plain plus a slightly fitted waistline. Amor Lux in France chose a moderately heavy interlock weave made from cotton in controlled biological cultivation quality for this shirt.
Armor lux. Maritime Style from Brittany.
"Armor" is the Breton word for sea, and "lux" can only mean the light on the coast. A maritime style, in any case, is what characterises many of the garments produced by Armor lux. The company, set up by a Swiss man in the Breton town of Quimper at the end of the 1930s, manufactures sweaters, shirts, dresses, trousers, hats, caps and scarves. In the 1960s, Armor lux established its own dyeing workshop so that all manufacturing processes were gathered under one roof, from fabric production to quality controls. In the 1970s, they introduced their first major collection. Since then, the label stands for simple, comfortable cuts, classic colours and an uncompromising approach regarding quality in terms of material and workmanship. For the most part, the production takes place at the headquarters in France and to a small extent in factories in Madagascar and Tunisia.
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