New apparel to the shop! I just couldn't resist these lightweight and comfortable buffalo plaid shirts!
The Scottish Thistle is Scotland's National Emblem and was first used as a royal symbol of Scotland by James III minted on silver coins in 1470. "According to ancient legend, the thistle's prickly petals saved the Scots from brutal attack during an invasion by the Norse" when the invaders were trying to sneak up on the Scots barefoot for a surprise attack, one stepped on a thistle and cried out, alerting the Scottish and saving them from invasion.
With a traditional buffalo check pattern, the lightweight feel of poplin fabric and durable Easy Care features, this shirt is something you will want to wear every day.
- 4.6-ounce, 60/40 cotton/poly
- Bias cut on back yoke
- Open collar
- French front
- Bias cut on center front placket
- Pearlized buttons
- Roll sleeves with bias-cut button tabs
- Curved shirt tail hem
See photos for size chart