Boat Neck Tee :: Short Sleeve
A great everyday tee with a dash of Audrey Hepburn. Unique enough to spice up the classic "jeans and a t-shirt" look, but simple enough to pair with some fun accessories! The durable Boat Neck Tee will bend over backwards as many times as you do and bounce back into the same flattering fit. Whether you're making an impression at the office, impressing someone with your yoga flow, or doing your weekend impression of a sloth, this tee is incredibly comfortable and effortlessly elegant.
This style is also available with half sleeves.
The Milky Way print is a silver print on black fabric and was designed by the creator of Texture Clothing, Teresa Remple.
Please note that there are no returns or exchanges on sale items.
95% organic cotton / 5% lycra
- Boat neck
- Cap sleeves
- Fitted through the waist
- Actual medium measurements:
chest :: 36"
shoulder :: 30"
length :: 27.5"
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I love this shirt. It is well made, comfortable, and flattering.
This t shirt is similar to the simple tunic. It fits the same except the material on this top is lighter and softer. I bought one to try out and really love it! I'm going to get more before they run out of my size! I wished they had this same material and neck style in a sleeveless though **hint hint**
Fits snug (I wore a size XXL ) and didn’t feel like it was too snug or bunching. I felt stylish, but relaxed when I went to brunch.
I don’t want to take this shirt off! It’s flattering and comfortable and classes up my wardrobe in a major way. I still feel like I’m wearing a t-shirt, but I look like I’ve got style and good taste. A major step up for me — so glad I can count on clothes that are so well made, and for real women with curves!
This is a well-cut tee, with a flattering neckline, which covers one's bra straps. It is a good length. I am pleased with the fit. I have ordered several in heather charcoal, jet black and Clifford Stripe. Thank you, Teresa.