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Our Ijebu camp shirt is named after the hometown of our founder's parents. It is perfect for the summer season as it is made of a beautiful cotton cloth native to Nigeria called Funtua.

This garment not only features piping that is made using upcycled fabrics from our previous collections, but also showcases our Baye Patchwork—a vertical-style patchwork named after the Baye Fall, a religious group in Senegal. To create a sense of depth and texture, we cut long vertical strips of adire fabric and placed them on the main cloth.

We recommend wearing it loose and boxy, preferably with a tee underneath. If a tailored fit is more your style, we suggest you size down.

At Post-Imperial, we ensure that every style is designed with the spirit of slow fashion in mind. We take our time to craft each piece with care and consideration alongside our local artisans in Nigeria. We encourage you to wear our clothes as often as possible, as we design them to last.

  • Oversized, boxy fit. Size down for a tailored fit.
  • Camp collar.
  • Braided locker loop at neck.
  • Piping on collar and placket.
  • Short sleeves.
  • Shell-button placket.
  • Chest patch pocket.
  • Side vents at hem.
  • Finished with French seams.
  • Baye Patchwork solid.
  • Indigo-Brown.
  • 100% cotton funtua baye patchwork.
  • Dry clean or hand wash.
  • Hand-dyed & made in Nigeria.

Due to the nature of the adire dyeing process, colors and hue may vary slightly. For that reason, Post-Imperial styles are truly one of a kind.

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