Aiti shirt printed beige

Regular price €117,00 Sale price €47,00
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The Aiti shirt with a Japanese cut, minimal but stylish. This shirt in printed  beige color has an oversized comfy fit, with a Mao collar. Features long large sleeves , wood button- up front closure and cords at the sides, so the garment can be ruffled. It can be combined with all our favorite pants and make a perfect set , wearing it in a casual and a formal occasion.

  • True to size
  • Model's size is S/M
  • Model measures: height 188cm, chest 85cm, waist 75cm 
  • Machine wash cold
  • Made in Greece
  • by Yiorgos Karavas

Size Guide

S/M: length 77cm, chest 132cm, shoulders 79cm 

REGULAR: length 103cm, chest 142cm, shoulders 79cm 

*For either better or customized fit please feel free to write (note area) your measurements (waist, length, e.t.c.) in cm at checkout.



Dánte aims to produce clothing that will be worthy of consumers’ closets for a lifetime, not only a season. Men, as the founders of 

Dánte have come to discover, are wiser consumers; they have a tendency to judge, they don’t change and they are far more loyal to what they like and what suits them. And in that lies the dynamic of the brand, the characteristic that contributed most to the quick expansion and success it has acquired, which naturally includes the trust of its target group.

Encompassed in a unique philosophy and design which breaks the status quo and surpasses the traditional boundaries of men’s design, the Dánte collections enchant, each time in an intricate and unique way but for the same reason: the never ending quest for inspiration and defiance of the informal norms in men’s fashion.

With faux furs, bold kimonos, layers and patterns as the main characteristics governing the philosophy and creating the personality of a brand with its very own identity, the Dánte collections sensually stimulate all senses.

The philosophy of the brand emerged from the inspiration of the creators as to how they want to see men dress. They don’t seek out dated and old-fashioned textiles which have been dictated by past archetypes; they wish to broaden the range of choices in men’s clothing.


But yet the will roll’d onward, like a wheel In even motion, by the Love impell’d, That moves the sun in heav’n and all the stars.