Paul James Light Blue Knit Cotton Wider Stripe T-Shirt

$50 $78

This Paul James t-shirt exudes a light, preppy vibe with its light blue hue and horizontal wider stripes pattern. Crafted from a knit cotton fabric, it's a perfect fit for warm-weather occasions due to its lightweight feel. The top's regular fit and classic crew neckline cement its status as a versatile piece for a variety of social settings. This minimal, classic tee embodies effortless smart-casual style. For a date night, the Paul James Light Blue Knit Cotton Wider Stripe T-Shirt can be paired with jeans and layered with the Signal Clothing Navy Lightweight Zip Up Jacket for a stylish ensemble.


  •  Light blue and white horizontal wider stripes
  •  Knit cotton material
  •  Regular fit
  •  Crew neckline
  •  Lightweight fabric
  •  Short sleeves
  •  Versatile for multiple occasions


A luxury, Leicestershire-based knitwear manufacturer. They strive to deliver the purest knitwear experience, which is why they shun man-made fibers, instead using only 100% natural fibre yarns in the production of their knitwear. They trawl the globe in search of the most prestigious spinners to ensure every piece of Paul James knitwear is crafted from the most luxurious materials. They travel to Italy for extra-fine merino wool - then to Peru for a chunkier version – India and Egypt for premium cotton, South America for ultra warm, soft Alpaca and the British Isles for its famed wool and lambswool. They take these yarns and knit them into stylish, functional garments that are made to last.

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