Public Beach White Linen Blend Short Sleeve Shirt with Contrasting Inner Placket

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This Public Beach White Linen Blend Short Sleeve Shirt with a Contrasting Inner Placket offers a timeless and effortless style, perfect for warm weather occasions. Characterized by its lightweight fabric and relaxed fit, the shirt provides comfort without compromising on classic, preppy aesthetics. The contrasting details on the inner placket add a subtle, yet distinct characteristic that distinguishes this piece from your typical casual button-up shirt. The light color type enhances the shirt's versatility, making it suitable for a variety of smart casual to vacation settings. Another great option for the beach when paired with the Billy Belt Olive Green Bermuda Shorts and sandals.


  •  55% Linen, 45% Viscose 
  •  White linen blend
  •  Short sleeves
  •  Relaxed fit
  •  Contrasting inner placket
  •  Collar neckline
  •  Front pocket
  •  Lightweight fabric
  •  Button-up front


    Public Beach Men's swimwear is high-end, classic, chic, colourful and bohemian, designed to tap into the tastes and mood of the moment. Public beach believe plastic is a scourge upon our oceans, sea life and shorelines. At Public Beach, nature is their number one source of inspiration, and they want to help preserve it. They have decided to be an independent supporter of The Ocean Cleanup, an organization with an ambitious mission of ridding the oceans of plastic. Every year, the association aims at extracting plastic pollution from the oceans, prevent from reaching the ocean via rivers, and preserve marine life.

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