The Bromius sleeveless men’s ruffle shirt has a very fun and poetic feel to it. The straight cut makes it a very comfortable shirt. The Swiss embroidery has an elegant and classic appearance. The fabric gives this broderie anglaise unisex shirt a chic touch, while the length and ruffles give it a playful feel.
What catches the eye most in this white men’s shirt is the ruffle collar. This statement ruffled collar gives this sleeveless item a very chic twist.
The light cotton fabric is a delight for your skin. The broderie anglaise gives this shirt a more feminine approach in a more masculine cut. Because of the straight cut, this shirt has a relaxed fit and in combination with the cotton embroidered fabric a perfect sleeveless men’s ruffle shirt for the warmer days.
How to style this sleeveless men’s ruffle shirt
This sleeveless men’s ruffle shirt is a dreamy and fun piece. The broderie anglaise or Swiss embroidery has a more feminine appearance while the straight sleeveless shape has a more masculine feel. This gives a nice balance to this shirt.
For a sophisticated look wear this sleeveless white men’s shirt with our black pinstriped pants and a jacket. Together with a classic black shoe it will give you a chic and poetic look.
Get a summer approach by wearing this sleeveless button down shirt over our pink or olive green tie belt men’s shorts. Together with a pair of sandals or sneakers you have a perfect holiday look with a summer vibe. Ready for a nice long stroll or going to the beach. If the weather cools off in the evening, throw on our black hooded cardigan. The sweater fabric will keep you nice and warm.
Because this shirt has no sleeves it can be a part of a tough look. Wear it with our faux leather men’s shorts or trousers and black boots. A nice bracelet with gemstones could be the finishing touch in this outfit. Wear it with our quartz and lava stone men’s bracelet for a non-colored look, or go for our golden bracelet with jade and seed pearls for a colored touch.
The origin of broderie anglaise or Swiss embroidery
Cut out round or oval holes composed in embroidered patterns is typical for broderie anglaise. The patterns, often depicting flowers, leaves, vines, or stems, by simple embroidery stitches made on the surrounding material. This technique dates back to the 16th century Eastern Europe. It remains associated with England, because of its popularity during the 19th century. Broderie anglaise was extremely popular in England between 1840 and 1880 for women’s underclothing and children’s wear.