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.
The dobby weave generally has unique, geometric patterns in the fabric. This is accomplished using a special loom that raises and lowers the warp threads individually, allowing the weaver to create distinctive patterns. Dobby fabrics come in all kinds of patterns, colors, weights and hand feels.
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.