The Wrigley dress shirt is part of our Professionals collection inspired by lively neighborhoods and storied landmarks in Chicago. Home of the Chicago Cubs, Wrigley Field is a baseball park located on the North Side of Chicago known for its ivy-covered brick outfield wall, the unusual wind patterns off Lake Michigan, the iconic red marquee over the main entrance, the hand-turned scoreboard, and for being the last major league park to have lights installed for play after dark.
Perfect for wearing on a warm spring day under a beautiful blue sky, while watching ordinary people do extraordinary things, the Wrigley features a light blue pattern in our cutaway collar, and a dobby fabric. Complete with our innovative convertible cuffs, and contrast horizontal gold button-hole piping on the last button hole, it will hit a home run whether you wear it with jeans or slacks.
Purchase yours today before your size sells out because this shirt is part of a limited edition collection. Our easy 30-day returns mean you can shop confidently.
- H&C cutaway collar - an elegant but forward style
- 100% two-ply Egyptian Cotton
Environmentally safe fabric
- H&C convertible cuffs - can be worn with buttons, or with cuff links
- Two back darts
- Box placket
- Extra buttons sewn on inner placket
- Contrast horizontal (gold) button-hole piping on last button hole
Egyptian cotton is a particular variety that is grown in only a few other places. It is renowned as some of the best in the world. It has an extra long staple, which means it has longer fibers, resulting in a silkier, more durable fabric. Poplin, sometimes called broadcloth, is a plain weave which means the threads alternately cross over and then under each other. This results in a very smooth and durable fabric that has an almost silky hand feel, particularly with higher thread counts. Also, poplins look very crisp when ironed.
Hugh & Crye dress shirts use a sizing system based on body types. They're ready-made, fitted shirts, designed for lean and athletically built men. Our shirts aren't made for the masses, they're made for you.