Jack Robie Shirts

Jack Robie Shirts

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When you’re going to start a clothing line based on revolutionizing the men’s dress shirt, you can’t do much better than Cary Grant’s character Jack Robie (To Catch A Thief) as the name. Like it or not, James Bond just isn’t a good name for a clothing company. But we digress. Two dudes at Brown got fed up with working in Gordon Gekko-esque offices and decided to make some shirts. The luxury men’s shirts have a tailored fit, slightly shorter length (we don’t have to explain what this means when she wears it), a shrink-resistant collar, and are available in colors and patterns from IT (white) to middle management (light blue). Best of all, they start at $85 and are made in America.

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