Santillo 1970: The best Italian shirtmaker you’ve never heard of

Santillo 1970: The best Italian shirtmaker you’ve never heard of

I’ll tell you something – there aren’t many menswear companies out there nowadays who hand tailor their clothes. Most of the stuff we’re wearing today was probably made by some big mechanical machine resembling a 1980’s Arnold Shwarzenegger.

Not Santillo 1970 though.

These folks have been hand making shirts since…1970! Fast forward almost 50 years and they are still a family run business in Italy who have shunned machines and opted for quality over quantity – something that I am personally a huge advocate of.

The stand out feature of their shirts are the arms. These are hand stitched on after the sides have been sewn up in order to make the shirt as strong as possible. This is what gives the Santillo shirts their signature look.

Even just the details on the packaging ooze class. The seal on the tissue paper was giving off some major Hogwarts vibes and I am all for it.

Anyway, let’s get into a few pictures of one of Santillo’s shirts in action on yours truly.

They will last decades and never go out of fashion – what more can I say? I’m sold on these and I think you will be too.

You can follow Santillo 1970 on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook. You won’t regret it, the stuff they put up is unbelievable.

Also, make sure to follow me on Twitter, Instagram & Facebook because the stuff I put up isn’t quite unbelievable but it might make you laugh.



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