Faherty Heather Blue Button Up Shirt With Multi-Colored Stripes

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Embrace a timeless sense of style with the Faherty Heather Blue Button Up Shirt. This midweight woven top features a classic collar neckline, exuding a neat and structured appearance. Its regular fit ensures comfort without compromising on style. Adorned with multi-colored stripes, the shirt offers a medium-toned palette that's versatile for various occasions. This piece is a harmonious blend of edgy aesthetics and everyday casual vibes, suitable for year-round wear. For a dinner with friends, switch up the look by pairing with the Olivers Navy Passage Pant and layer with the Civil Society Olive Green Harrington Jacket With Sherpa Lining.


  • Heather blue base color
  • Multi-colored horizontal stripes
  • Classic collar neckline
  • Button-up front closure
  • Long sleeves with buttoned cuffs
  • Chest pocket with button closure


Faherty Brand is an American clothing company, founded by twin brothers Alex and Mike Faherty. Its aesthetic was described as "surf hippie" by The New York Times. Faherty recognizes the impact that the fashion industry has on our planet and we are on a mission to change the status quo. We realize the amount of waste and environmental destruction the industry creates and we are committed to making thoughtful and intentional decisions. Through the use of recycled and renewable fabrics, smart supply chain decisions that lower carbon emissions, less toxic chemicals, dyes and finishes and circularity initiatives,we aim to ensure that Faherty is an industry leader in lessening environmental harm.


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