Merino Button Shirts

UNICORN ALERT: It’s no secret that I’ve been desperately seeking a well-priced Merino wool business/dress shirt/button up to pony up with my suit and level up. I’m a sucker for a good button up. But since my days showing Merinos in the sheep judging ring are fairly done, my RM Williams cotton shirts feel out of place.

I’m feeling guilty hoping the Aussie dollar rises since generally, a lower dollar is better for the wool market… But while I crunch the numbers of my pay, I’d like to share those I’ve been calculating out almost daily (send help).

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Wool & Prince Safari Shirt 100% Merino wool, 16.5 micron woven fabric. Also comes in a deep blue. 190gsm. Pinch point is indeed the USD/AUD conversion @ $148USD + shipping.

Wool&Prince Fitted Oxford 100% Merino, 17.5 micron. Others colours available. 210gsm, $128USD


Click here for Men’s Wool&Prince Range

Libertad Merino Travel Shirts
Men’s only: 18 micron, 130gsm. Two fits Modern and Classic.
Single pocket, longsleeve @ $139 USD.

Icebreaker 43% Merino Wool – Men’s flannel $132AUD

Smartwool Merino Men’s Button Down, 56% Merino Wool $100USD

Alex Merino by wolk at 145Euro, 17.5 micron

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Disclaimer: Pay it forward, in wool Some of the links above are an affiliate link, meaning at no cost to you, I will earn a commission to turn into vouchers, giveaways, run this project and more if you click through and make a purchase. Click here to read more: I wool, wool you?

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Every time a woollen garment is sold - a wool grower wins, a local store wins, a community wins. Samantha Wan is a wool broker - working to maximise returns to Australian wool growers. Wool for Every Day is her personal wool product curation project, promoting wool products for every day use via samanthawan.com.au 🔹 2019 Winner of National Council of Wool Selling Brokers of Australia’s (NCWSBA) Annual Wool Broker Award 🔸 2019 WoolProducers Australia, Youth Ambassador 🔹 Wool Young Farming Champion Her passion for wool has been grown and nurtured by rich experiences, not born. She grew up in the western Sydney suburb of Blacktown and these experiences have influenced active promotion of agriculture and wool as prospective career to the next generation.

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