Carhartt WIP's roots go all the way back to 1889 when Mr Hamilton Carhartt set up his factory in Dearborn, Michigan. Its 'Work In Progress' line pays tribute to those early days by creating workwear for modern life, like this white overshirt. It's woven from the label's 'Griffith' cotton-twill, a hardy 9 oz. cloth, and sewn with contrasting black stitching. It's cut for a regular fit and has a box pleat and handy locker loop at the back. Shown here with Carhartt WIP trousers, Carhartt WIP T-shirt, Vans sneakers, Neighborhood socks.