LARS MK-5B - Regular Placket Shirt

The LARS design is a development of Olof, still drawing inspiration from classic Swedish nightshirts but with new detailing and fabric qualities. LARS comes in several lengths and in two distinct placket variations. The MK-5 series has a regular shirt placket.

Our designs are completed with renowned Swedish pattern makers and our samples are created by our preferred‭ ‬seamstresses in Stockholm‭, also known for making custom clothing for the Royal Swedish Opera‭.‬

Packaging and quality control on each individual garment happens at our facilities in Stockholm. The boxes are made by hand by Mr Gunnar of Norrmalms Kartongfabrik (EST. 1916)

The LARS shirts are named after the 10th Millkeeper on record at Boda Mill in Sweden, where he lived and worked 1860-1863.

LARS MK-5D

€140.00Price
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  • MATERIALS
    The high-quality Egyptian cotton (122 g/m2) used for LARS is woven in Portugal. It's a yarn dye and is made with 50/1 by 38/1 distinctive 50 count yarns. The weaving is a Pinpoint Oxford but very light and finished with classic elegance.

    FIT, SIZING & FEATURES.
    It has a simple straight cut that is loose enough to feel comfortable but slim enough to look elegant and fitted. The pocket is especially designed to fit your reading glasses, no phones. Our sizes generally follow established S, M, L, XL traditions, but please visit our size guide for more exact help.

    CARE.
    The fabric loves to be ironed, and brings it back to its out-of-the-box feel. We prefer washing hand-wash (machine wash) at 30 degrees to keep the garment fresh. For drying we recommend drying flat or hanging.

    DELIVERY.
    We usually try to ship the next business day after order has been placed. So it should only be a matter of days before you have your shirt in hand, obviously a little dependent on where you are in the world.

    QUESTIONS.
    For any other questions about sizing, care or delivery times please contact us at hello@millkeeper.com
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The Millkeeper Project. To the hand that holds the axe that chops the wood that heats the house. To fixing when broken, talking when needed and paying attention to silence. To working hard and sleeping well. To breathing in before breathing out.

Millkeeper Stockholm

Baltzar von Platens Gata 4

+46 729 42 78 36

hello@millkeeper.com