Unisex shirt with relaxed straight fit, a soft mandarin collar and soft cuffs, cut from breezy superfine cotton.
It features the ‘Sleeping Dogs’ print which is based on original pen and ink drawings. You can see and read more about it here (opens in new tab).
The shirt is finished with dark mother-of-pearl buttons and two square flat pockets on the chest. The fabric is slightly transparent, but this doesn’t really show when worn. The pockets add some extra coverage on the chest.
Made to perfection in EU (Czech Republic).
For curvier women who prefer to have tops with a more tailored waist, I recommend bringing the shirt to an alterations place and having it taken in after doing a fitting on your body, this way it will be customised to your body shape and probably fit much better than a ready made tailored style.
A note about sustainability: I always choose the best possible materials to create a beautiful and long-lasting product, intended to serve you well and bring joy for many years. ‘Sustainable’ has become a very trendy tag for many brands, but the most sustainable thing one can do is to buy less. It also helps to buy from transparent supply chains in countries where environmental protections and workers rights are in place. Personally I would have liked to use organic cotton for these shirts, but could not find a similar quality. I therefore chose this fine conventional cotton, prioritising the longevity of the product.
WOMENS: approximately XS/S, UK 6-8, French 36, US 4 (body measurements: bust ca. 82cm, hips ca. 92cm)
MENS: shirt size 36, XS
WOMENS: approximately S, UK 8-10, French 38, US 6 (body measurements: bust ca. 88cm, hips ca. 96cm)
MENS: shirt size 37, S
WOMENS: approximately M, UK 10-12, French 40, US 8 (body measurements: bust ca. 92cm, hips ca. 100cm)
MENS: shirt size 38, M
WOMENS: approximately L, UK 12-14, French 42, US 10 (body measurements: bust ca. 96cm, hips ca. 104cm)
MENS: shirt size 39, L
Rest of world: £10
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