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SHIRTS, TOTALLY FEMININE EVEN WHEN THEY’RE MEN’S
If we were to write our life story, we’d have a fregola for every age. And one of the major players over the years would definitely be the shirt. Imposed by mom, with embroidered collars for lunch at grandma’s when we were kids, when we grew up we got to choose it for ourselves: white or Oxford blue for the office, cropped for evening, denim for anytime-anyplace, checkered when it’s sunny, and striped when we steal it from his closet. Over the years it’s multiplied in styles, fabrics and colors but it’s never let us down. Which is why we’re nominating the shirt as an all-time-fregola because even if it started out as menswear, it always makes us feel like a lady.