The Louise shirt in the Liberty of London print ‘She Sells Sea Shells’, an ornate pattern in blue depicting seashells and fossils. This relaxed style features a grandfather collar, chest pocket and sleeve tabs for adjustable sleeve length. With the distinctive texture and softness of Liberty of London’s Tana Lawn Cotton, this shirt is a versatile favourite. Style with the Tina Irish Linen trousers for a casual look. Product Code: LOUISHIRT_0080022…more information on product page
At the time we last checked the Sale Price was $159.00
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Women’s Shirts & Tops supplied by Magee 1866
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Magee was established in 1866 by John Magee, as a small drapers shop in Donegal, Ireland, buying and selling handwoven tweeds.
Magee are still designing and weaving luxury fabrics in Donegal – the ever-changing land and seascapes surrounding Donegal inspire colours and designs. In 2015 Magee acquired Robert Noble, a Scottish mill established in 1666. We use the finest of yarns – cashmere, lambswool, alpaca, silk and linen. These fabrics are used for men and women’s apparel and home furnishing. We still maintain a small hand-weaving business – fabrics are a far cry from the coarse tweeds of the 1800’s, today they are woven using luxury yarns, resulting in a beautifully soft handle.
In 2013 we launched the Magee accessory collection – luxury products designed and made in Ireland and the UK. Home interiors include throws, candles and cushions. Accessories for men and women – pashminas, scarves and bags. These products are available to buy online or in one of our stores.
Every Magee 1866 collection, whether fabric, garment or accessory is designed to reflect our distinctive heritage with a contemporary twist.