Contrary to popular belief, the Plaid pattern did not originate from the Midwest by the Woolrich US company. It actually originated in Europe, Scotland and carries a resemblance to the Scottish Tartan. Yes, it may have become a staple piece amongst those within the outdoor profession — most notably, lumberjacks, but today an inexplicably diverse array of cultural demographics have adopted the trend; cowboys, farmers, truckers, hippies, hipsters, Mr Fix-its, feminists, grunge rockers, gangster rappers, surfers, and skaters etc. With that being said, the Waterford is the ultimate casual piece for any gent. 


Shirt Design

  • Slim Fit
  • Even placard 
  • Button-down collar
  • Rounded cuffs
  • Long sleeves
  • Two-ply construction
  • Two darts
  • Australian mother of pearl buttons


  • Thomas Mason (ITA)

    • True colour: Lumber Red
    • 100% Cotton Flannel
    • 220gr


    Care Instructions

    • Machine Wash Cold Gentle
    • Iron Low-Medium Heat
    • Do Not Bleach
    • Do Not Tumble Dry
    • Do Not Dry Clean