Production Date
Circa 1970
White, grey and red-striped muslin shirt with a shiny satin-like trim around the collar and down the front to the mid-waist region. The colour of the trim is gold/dark brown. The round collar is like a priest's collar. There is black, shiny material forming the cuffs. The cuffs have 2 button holes, but these have not been given openings. There are no buttons on this shirt. The front opening from the neck to mid-waist has been stitched in 3 places instead of using buttons. The shirt is designed to be worn outside the trousers giving it an "Indian Style" hippie look. The shirt size is men's although there are no labels.
Processed Material/Textile/Muslin
Accession No
Credit Line
Circa 1970. Men's Shirt, 2003.915. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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