Chambray Fabric Miami

Chambray

cham·bray

ˈSHamˌbrā/
noun
noun: chambray
a linen-finished gingham cloth with a white (or ecru) weft and a colored warp, producing a mottled appearance.

Origin
early 19th century (originally US): formed irregularly from Cambrai, the name of a town in northern France, where it was originally made. Compare with cambric.
The Chambray “look” for Spring Summer 2018 is an elegant casual chic expression.From the new Dorsilk 804 bunch book: 880.049 55% Wool 45% Silk 7 1/2 oz

Easily worn with an open neck shirt and jeans – or buttoned up with a tie and tailored trousers.

From the new Calypso 807 bunch book: 417.427 80% Worsted Wool 20% Linen 7 oz

 

A strong solid mint color brightens up a simple white shirt and jeans combination.

From the new Naturals 805 bunch book: 881.011 55% Worsted Wool 45% Silk 7 1/2 oz

A tropical suit for those important meetings in the middle of August is an essential element in a business professional’s wardrobe.

From the new Tropical Amadeus 801 bunch book: 303.412 100% Worsted Wool 7 1/2 oz

Enjoy the summer in rare and exclusive luxury cloth by the House of Dormeuil.
 
Juan Marcano
Rex Fabrics
825 SW 37th Avenue Miami Florida 33135
+1 305-448-0028
 
 
Dormeuil North America
 

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