U.S. Mustard Wool Service Shirt

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The "mustard" wool service shirt was a standard quality garment used by Army and Air Corps officers and NCOs. The garment was made of wool serge cloth.

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Weight :0.7 kg
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Size guide
XSSMLXLXXLXXXL
Neck38414346485153
Sleeves(from neck)89898991919797
Chest97102112122132132137
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Another less recommendable option is take you measurements with light clothing, as indicated below:

  • Head: with a measure tape, take the circumference of the head at the forehead.
  • Collar: with a measure tape, take the circumference of the neck, leaving one or two centimeters to spare.
  • Shoulders, take the measure of the shoulders in the back from one extreme to another.
  • Chest, take a circumference of the chest with measure tape, pass the tape under the arms.
  • Sleeve, measure from shoulder to wrist .
  • Waist, measure the waist circumference at the height of the belt.
  • Tall pants, measure from waist to ankle, approximately.

 The pattern of the clothes can vary between manufacturers, it is recommended to chose the same size that you usually wear in your daily clothes.

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U.S. Mustard Wool Service Shirt

U.S. Mustard Wool Service Shirt

The "mustard" wool service shirt was a standard quality garment used by Army and Air Corps officers and NCOs. The garment was made of wool serge cloth.

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The "mustard" wool service shirt was a standard quality garment used by Army and Air Corps officers and NCOs. The garment was made of wool serge cloth. They features a structured collar, front placket, epaulets and OD color buttons.  They are 'form fitted' , so the cut has that flattering tapered-to-the-waist appearance.Like the officer service jackets, the shirt was usually ordered from private tailors and department stores. There were several manufacturers in the US that made 'Regulation' Army Officers' shirts - Jackson Raymond Co Inc, was one of the best. They called it, the 'Rangoon' shirt.