Rare chemise de nuit pour homme, début du XIXème siècle. Lin de qualité fine, col fendu avec petite collerette froncée, pièces de renforts aux emmanchures, fronces à l'épaule et manchettes de mousseline… - Thierry de Maigret - 12/06/2009
The body of these shirts remained the same square cut as for the earlier shirts but the collar became deeper and developed points which were intended to be seen above the high cravat. These shirts are now made with
It takes a real man to wear a frilly shirt. Guess that's why we love Regency men so much. This men's shirt is made of white linen, featuring a high collar turned over with a frill around the front opening.