The return of the Brutus label has so far mainly been restricted to classic gingham prints for its shirts. But now, the company has gone into the archives, digging out these 1970s Brutus Golfer and Two Ladies prints for its latest Trimfit shirts.
If you want something with a '60s twist this summer, there are four new Brutus Trimfit shirts fresh to the company's online store.
Two long-sleeved, two short-sleeved, with all the vintage details you would expect – button-down collar, generous collar roll, box pleat and a slim fit. The short sleeves are pictured above, a heritage black and blue tartan along with a large gingham in red, while the long sleeves are pictured over the page, in a choice of black or white.
You can pick up the short sleeves for £50 each or the long-sleeved shorts for £55 each.
Christmas wear doesn't get much sharper than this newly-launched Brutus Christmas 2010 Heritage Tartan Trimfit shirt.
It's a long-sleeved Brutus (as opposed to the short sleeves on the rest of the range), with an archive cloth and original detailing – rolled button-down collar (each shirt is specially packed so that the roll remains intact), matching breast pocket and placket and shaped and darted for 'perfect waist fit'.
Extra sizes now, with the options to go XL if you wish. Available online, £55 secures you one. get a detailed look at that collar roll over the page.