This classic button-down shirt is made of Frasn cotton - a dry twill with a crisp composure - which is printed with a rodeo stripe logo pattern on the outside and left raw on the inside. It has a relaxed fit and features classic shirting details such as square cuffs and a pointed collar.
Stripes are one of the first examples of woven textiles which continue to be seen in the fashion industry throughout history. While today you might consider stripes to be an endlessly classic style—patriotic, even—the design has origins which are less than favorable. In the middle ages, striped clothing began to be a sign of an outcast or someone who needed to be contained.