Stenstrӧms are proud producers of shirts for those with an affinity for the finer things in life, who want to feel really special and stand out in a crowd. Their superior quality leaves men feeling well-dressed at work and comfortable during leisure time.

For many years, Stenstrӧms has been purveyors of fine garments to both the King and Queen of Sweden, has won a prestigious award at the Annual Habit Fashion Awards in Stockholm and, most recently, has claimed the Export Fashion prize at the Swedish fashion awards.

Every Stenstrӧms shirt embodies the perfect combination of top quality craftsmanship, exquisite fabric and impeccable, on-trend design. The brand offers an extensive range and every garment is masterfully created to retain its shape, elegance and comfort year in and year out.

An extensive range of skilfully selected and combined fabric, colours, collars and cuffs will ensure a gift of a lifetime – a well-made shirt in the finest fabric that retains its shape, elegance and comfort.

In addition to a Stenstrӧms purchase being one of absolute indulgence, one may also seek comfort in the knowledge that the purchase of a Stenstrӧms shirt contributes to the Streetsmart initiative – a programme which strives to uplift underprivileged children in South Africa.

Available at Stuttafords stores at Canal Walk, Cavendish Square, Clearwater, Eastgate, Menlyn Park, Sandton, Gateway, The Pavillion and Rosebank, shirts range from R899,95 to R1 699,95.

Stenströms support StreetSmart SA, a registered non-profit and a public benefit organisation that distributes raised funds to selected beneficiaries. The current beneficiaries in South Africa are organisations that work with street children and those who are vulnerable and at risk of becoming street children. StreetSmart SA raises money via participating restaurants, and distributes it directly to organisations that have the experience and facilities to help vulnerable children. Participating restaurants display a StreetSmart SA card on their tables, informing patrons that a voluntary R5 donation will be added to their bill, which they may increase at their discretion.

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