“Our style makes the difference. It doesn’t need branding for that.”

Exciting contrast
For some, they are a homage to Japanese minimalism, for others the perfect alternative to a jacket. We're talking about the overshirt, which inspires as a wide-cut hybrid of shirt and jacket. If you take a closer look, you will immediately recognize the typical W+W signature look with a stand-up collar or small lapels. "So simple and so practical," says designer Christian Weber, summing up the advantages of his minimalist all-rounder. "Quickly pulled over a shirt or a turtleneck and you're perfectly dressed."

Fashion statement
As a bridge between business and leisure, the overshirt from Weber+Weber can be styled in a variety of ways. Thanks to its semi-formal character, it becomes a casual finish for every look, advanced as a modern alternative to blazers and jackets, but also as a charming addition to the formal wardrobe. Crafted details such as the three-piece sleeves, the discreetly hidden button placket, the simple eyelet embroidery on the sleeves or the subtle branding with just two tone-on-tone cross stitches perfect the Travel Overshirt.

Sustainable manufacturing
With its high-quality materials and traditional workmanship, Weber+Weber stands for subtle luxury and quality. The collections are handcrafted by experienced tailors in northern Italy. The basis for the overshirt is the travel fabric, the well-kept secret of Sartoria: "The travel fabric is the signature fabric from Weber+Weber and is made from boiled wool," says Christian Weber and adds with a grin, "we'll tell you more but we don't."

Carl Ludwig Palace
Convince yourself of the quality of the Travel Overshirts or the current collection from Weber+Weber. This works particularly well in the rooms of the Sartoria. Christian Weber's studio is located in the Palais Carl Ludwigs in the heart of Vienna. Make an appointment and find out about the advantages of sartorial craftsmanship.