Tailors often make a few brighter shirts to add colour to the blues and whites with little expectation of anyone wearing them. Yet a fine single colour cotton can look smart and considerably more interesting provided one resists the urge to wear the whole rainbow with it. This is a very tasteful, understated, yellow. It’s the shirt of someone waiting politely at the back who is the first to catch the barman’s eye.
It is shown here with a crop of Czech artist Karel Stedry”s stunning Neomondrion on the inner cuff (our thanks to Frameless Gallery).