New Blaumann Jeanshosen Western Shirt
A new Western denim shirt made by Blaumann Jeanshosen is exclusively available at retailer Manufactum. This Western shirt is made of unwashed denim fabric from the Japanese Kuroki mill. And, as always, the shirt itself is produced in Germany.
The Details Of The Shirt
The raw denim for this shirt is woven by Kuroki in Japan, one of the top addresses for such fabrics. It’s made with a 9.2 ounce denim fabric. The shirt itself is stitched with Tobacco colored thread.
A Brief History Of The Western Shirt
Western shirts have a long history which started in the early nineteenth century. The Western shirt was originally made from leather and other animal skins, changed in the early twentieth century to cotton.
The shirts are known, and stylized, with its yoke on the front and on the back. It is generally constructed with snap pockets, patches, and/or embroideries made from bandana fabric, and fringe.
The denim versions of the Western shirts came when these classics were transformed from practical garment to cultural icon when cowboys came to Hollywood. Mexican and American ranchers favored denim cloth for its practicality, as did soldiers in the American Civil War. But, it was rodeo cowboys, actors in Westerns, and visitors to dude ranches who created a demand for denim shirts as leisure wear. The weekend warriors, recreational cowboys, and film enthusiasts didn’t have access to the Southwestern tailors used by professionals, but they still wanted to dress like them.
Nowadays Western denim shirts are more popular and known, than ever. And, they’re the perfect garment for the double denim or better said Tuxedo suit.
Manufactum is a German retailer that started its business in 1988 by Thomas Hoof. The company sells a brilliant mix of cosmetics, apparel and shoes, computers, bikes, foodstuffs, books, bed and bath accessories, furniture, and food.
All their products in their collection are made from materials of the highest quality. They function well and will outlive any trend or fashion. Nowadays they have also stores outside of Germany, as in Austria, Switzerland and in the UK.