Camp shirt

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A camp shirt, variously known as a cabin shirt, cabana shirt[1], and lounge shirt, is a loose, straight-cut, woven, short-sleeved button-front shirt or blouse with a simple placket front opening and a "camp collar" - a one-piece collar (no collar band) that can be worn open and spread or closed at the neck with a button and loop. It usually has a straight hemmed bottom falling at hip level, not intended to be tucked into trousers.[2] While generally made from plain, single color fabrics, variants include duo tone bowling shirts and print patterned aloha shirts.

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