Chambray Button Down Shirt

Regular price $146.37 USD
Regular price Sale price $146.37 USD
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Can you ever really have too much denim? If your answer is yes, this chambray button down by August Fifteenth will convince you otherwise. With its slim fit, single breast pocket, and classic white buttons, this shirt will rarely return to its hanger. Once you add this to your wardrobe it’s only a matter of time until you’re sporting the Canadian Tuxedo – and making it look real good.

  • Made in New York
  • 100% Cotton
  • Slim fit
  • Single breast pocket
  • Button down collar

Shipping & Returns

Shipping:

Canada/USAOrders over $200.00 CAD ship FREE. Orders up to $199 are charged a $15.00 CDN shipping fee. All orders ship with FedEx and are delivered within 2-5 days. 

EUROPE:  Orders over $300 ship FREE. Orders up to $299 are charged a $35 shipping fee. All orders ship with Fedex and are delivered within 2-5 days.

Find more information regarding INTERNATIONAL shipping rates here.

Returns:

We accept returns on REGULAR PRICED ITEMS for the following; For REFUND: Return is initiated and mailed back by the customer within 7 days of delivery date. For EXCHANGE/STORE CREDIT: Return is initiated and mailed back by the customer within 14 days of delivery date. The item(s) is new, unworn, unwashed and in original packaging with tags attached.

Customers are responsible for the cost of return shipping.

Shipping and handling is not refundable and all sale items are final purchase.  If FREE Shipping has been provided, there will be a restocking fee depending on region. $25 CDN for Canada/United States & $45 CDN for International.

Gift cards, hats, intimates and magazines or publications are non returnable.

To initiate a return, please email info@wallacemercantileshop.com.

August Fifteenth

August Fifteenth is the culmination of founder Kazushi Ota’s love affair with American history and old-school garment manufacturing. Every August Fifteenth piece is designed by Ota and made in the USA, taking style cues from mid-century workwear, menswear, and military uniform. Ota’s hope is that his clothing will be used and loved like the vintage clothing that inspired it.