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  • Guayabera


    Two guayaberas seen from the back, showing the alforza pleats and the Western-style yoke The guayabera () a.k.a. Camisa de Yucatán (Yucatan Shirt) is a men's summer shirt, worn outside the trousers, distinguished by two vertical rows of closely sewn pleats running the length of the front and back of the shirt. Typically made of linen, silk, or cotton, and appropriate for hot or humid weather, guayaberas are popular in the Caribbean (especially Cuba and Puerto Rico), Central America, Southeast Asia, the south of Spain and, in general, the Hispanic world .

  • Bowling shirt


    Ten-pin bowling shirt A bowling shirt is a style of camp shirt in which the fabric, color and design vary greatly, but frequently incorporate contrasting earth tones and simple geometric designs, with more expensive ones often made of silk. They may have a single pocket on the left—small logos or monogram initials are also common options on the left breast. The character of Charlie Harper, portrayed by Charlie Sheen in the situation comedy Two and a Half Men, often wore two tone bowling shirts. Two tone bowling shirts are also associated with bar and billiards culture, rockabilly, ska, and jump blues music.

  • Peter Millar (clothing company)


    Peter Millar is a premium American lifestyle brand founded in 2001 in Raleigh, NC. Peter Millar produces a wide range of casual sportswear, tailored dress furnishings, luxury and performance golf attire for men and women. The company maintains it headquarters in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is an owned subsidiary of Compagnie Financière Richemont SA.

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