Menswear | September 9, 2020 11:14 am

Deal: Taylor Stitch Named This Shirt After Hemingway, and It’s on Sale

Grab a discount on the adventure-ready chore shirt at Huckberry

The Hemingway shirt from Taylor Stitch in walnut double cloth and navy seersucker
Take 20 percent off the Hemingway in walnut double cloth or navy seersucker, or both.
Huckberry

If you’re going to name a product after Ernest Hemingway, you better not mess it up. We’ve seen authentic takes on his favorite fishing hat and even his boat Pilar that do right by the master of concision, but Taylor Stitch took a different tack when designing their Hemingway shirt. Instead of recreating a garment, the S.F. brand imbued the chore shirt with qualities that reflect the author: an adventure-ready layer that’s also comfortable as all get out.

Sound like your kind of short-sleeve button-up? Huckberry is currently offering 20 percent off the Hemingway in two different fabrics, a hefty walnut double cloth and a breezier navy seersucker. Besides the organic cotton construction, there are plenty of other details to love about these shirts, from the California collar to the welt pockets to the tailored fit that’s a hallmark of Taylor Stitch’s entire line. 

We’ll never know if Hemingway would have approved of this shirt, but we certainly do.

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