The Corridor Madras Summer Patch Shirt is a prime example of preppy “go to hell” fashion. The label, coined by author Tom Wolfe, refers to the garish styles worn by upper-crust types that showcase bright colors, embroidered critters (think lobsters or whales) and loud, in-your-face patterns. The latter is showcased in Corridor’s eye-catching patchwork shirt, made in the U.S.A. and featuring various clashing plaids and the occasional floral. Layer the shirt under a seersucker blazer and pair it with rolled-cuff chinos in a faded coral hue, and make sure to leave the socks at home.

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