This was the piece that took Fred Perry from sportswear to streetwear, and with all the same design details as the original, it’s a true piece of subcultural uniform. Made in Leicester, England, this classic polo shirt hasn’t changed since it was originally designed by Fred Perry in the 1950s. Legend has it that a buyer from Lillywhites requested the addition of football team colors to the plain-color Fred Perry Shirt. It subsequently became the first piece to carry our signature twin tipping in the 5-4-4 ratio. The color palette references the tones found in the original catalogs. Runs shorter in length. 100% cotton. Machine wash.
|Fred Perry Size||36||38 & 40||42||44 & 46|
Do up the buttons and straighten the collar upwards, then turn inside out.
If you’ve been out dancing around at your local gig venue, wash it at 40˚c to get it really fresh.
If your shirt isn’t so dirty, wash it at 30˚c, or better yet, why not wear it again.
After washing, gently re-shape your Fred Perry Shirt whilst it’s still damp.
Please, steer clear of the tumble dryer. It hates your clothes.
Hang your Fred Perry Shirts up inside out and either dry flat, or line dry in a shady spot.