Five Points of Fit
So how do we realize our mission: to create clothing that goes further so women can go farther? We spend a lot of time thinking about design, perfecting the fit, not compromising on fabric, and working with the best production partners.
The most beautiful and versatile shirt in the world is wasted if you want to take it off the minute you put it on. We want you to be so comfortable that you get dressed and never notice your clothes again (unless you pass a mirror, wink wink). No pinching underarms, rolling and re-rolling sleeves all day, or being afraid to bend over or reach up.
We do it by focusing on five points of fit.
We believe in seeing your watch, bending your arms, and avoiding sleeves in your dishwater...without having to roll (and re-roll) cuffs all day. Our long sleeves end 2-3 inches above your wrist bone—enough to remain long, without covering you jewelry or getting in the way of hand washing—and our short sleeves about an inch before your elbow so they don't bunch up when you bend your arms. We also control the volume of our sleeves so they don't drag across dirty surfaces and are easier to layer.
Are you hot natured or an anxiety sweater? We hear you. Our arm openings are designed to maximize air flow, but are structured enough to fit under a blazer or sweater. And there is never any pinching in the armpits.
BACK + CHEST WIDTH
Whether we use a bias cut to add stretch without adding volume, a rounder cut to keep fabric away from the body, or a fabric with natural stretch, our goal is to have you reaching all day with ease.
We utilize side vents to provide movement in the hips (and avoid fabric bunching up around in the stomach area) while remaining tailored.
We design the body long enough to provide coverage when you reach up and bend down, but not so long that it isn't flattering on the hips. In some styles, we also use graduated front-to-back lengths for additional coverage.
See our detailed sizing guide by style here.
Every style is born from a real-life need in our own closets. But we don't stop there—it has to meet five criteria before it passes the test to become a Field Trip shirt.
Who has time for multiple outfit changes? We focus on five points of fit so you can stretch, bend, and reach all day with ease.
We've become known for our fabric. That's because we start with the most renowned mills in Europe, then really get picky.
Each of our shirts is made in the U.S. by craftspeople experienced in high-end ready to wear lines. Their skills ensure every garment fits well and is made to last.