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The shirt with a capital T.

From sailors to movie stars and all the way to your place of work, the T-shirt is something as unique as a practical garment with heaps of style. Our dressy version is cut from rich interlock-knitted jersey, and butter-soft and lustrous, thanks to double-mercerized Filo di Scozia yarn.

The stylist's take on: the T-Shirt

"I think a T-shirt looks its best in a straightforward look: with a pair of dressy trousers or jeans rather than with a suit. The luster and the make can really elevate that kind of effortless look. An overshirt is a great in-between option for a work meeting or event: not as dressy as a suit jacket, but still dressed up."

/ Mr. Richard Andersson, Creative Lead at Eton.

"I think a T-shirt looks its best in a straightforward look: with pair of dressy trousers or jeans rather than with a suit. The luster and the make can really elevate that kind of effortless look."

"If you were to close your eyes and think of jeans-and-a-tee, it would probably look exactly like this."

/ Mr. Richard Andersson, Creative Lead at Eton.

The Filo di Scozia T-Shirt

• Classic, versatile crew neck/slim fit model
• Extra rich, lustrous and soft
• Looks good tucked-in or untucked

"An overshirt is great in-between option for a work meeting or event: not as dressy as a suit jacket, but still dressed up."

The Filo di Scozia T-Shirt

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Meet the Stylist

Richard Andersson is Creative Lead at Eton and directs every styling session and Eton shoot with a sure hand. Born and bred in Stockholm, Sweden, where he lives with his family, including dog (and sometime Eton model) Stella. He can proudly claim never to have had a job that was not in menswear, from his teenage years and up. Perhaps not surprisingly, Richard started out as a stylist by being scouted at an event and offered a job on the spot, on the strength of the outfit he wore. The rest, as they say, is history.

Style-wise Richard professes a preference for the classics, done in a new, contemporary way, but believes that any outfit can be successful, as long as you are confident and comfortable wearing it. His own personal style? “Streetwear with a dressy foundation, and with a comfortable silhouette in focus.” Spot on, we'd say.