HOW TO WEAR YOUR
”JUNGLE LEAFS” SHIRT
MAKE YOUR STYLE
Our print designs come with a long history from which we can learn. Created with meaningful drawings assuring style for a lifetime. The wax print technique creates layers of patterns and colour shades. Unique and so appealing to today’s life! Green shades have been dominating our wardrobe and homes during several seasons. Becoming timeless for everyone who loves nature and a valuable colour staple for the future as well. Look at the stylish result in combination with sophisticated fifties pastel shade accessoireis in mint, blue, vanilla and celadon.
JUNGLE LEAF SHIRT
AFFASO’s aim is to deliver more then a shirt that pleases the eye. We founded AFFASO to give you the possibility to wear storytelling heritage. Tradition taking unexpected ways by collaborations. Do not shy away from experimenting; wear your shirt with your black tie or velvet dinner jacket. Complete the look with velvet moccasins or lacquered shoes. Why buy this shirt? Expect the unexpected, experiment and love your new found freedom to do so.
We’re at your service to help you create your individual look. Just check our Style guide, and share your needs or questions via FB or website. We believe in the power of clothes and combinations and want to learn you how to become a Master of Taste.
How versatile do you want your shirt to be? The Jungle Leaf design has been been created in 1820, inspired by the timeless impressive power of nature. It’s obvious AFFASO works on keeping nature alive and the globe to be taken care of. Small batch production cycles and no over stock. Do more with less yet good quality designed pieces in your wardrobe and accessories. Like the 100% biodegradable sneakers by Adidas and pieces made of recycled fishnets in collab with Parley for the Oceans.o.
COMFORT FIT & FEEL
High quality cotton cloth is selected for you to assure a pampering wear-experience. We dare to say it will become your favorite shirt to wear! And last but not least…modest pressing only is required… what more do we need to say?….