Unisex T-Shirt - Soft pink & charcoal
A favourite here at Slowclothes, this classic fitting t-shirt features a high round neckline and short sleeves, great for men and women alike.
The body length is slightly longer than a normal women’s tee and the shoulder’s slightly narrower than standard men’s fit, achieving a beautiful middle ground for everyone. The size can be more relaxed on women, so you may like to size down if you prefer a more fitted look.
We love to tie a knot in the front of this tee to create a slightly cropped silhouette, although it’s also great loose or tucked, depending on what you’re pairing it with.
Available in two Slowclothes exclusive colours – soft pink and charcoal grey. (Images of the blue tee are intended to demonstrate style only. Charcoal is a dark grey.)
- Made from deadstock lightweight blended cotton jersey
- Made ethically in Cambodia
- Sixing: XS – 6, S – 8, M – 10, L – 12, XL - 14
- Model is 174cm and is wearing a size Small
Cold machine or hand wash with a mild/eco detergent
Hang inside out to dry to prevent fading
Cool iron on reverse if needed
Do not bleach or use harsh chemicals
More about Dorsu
Dorsu is one of those beautiful, rare labels that works their tooshies off to ensure ethical and sustainable practices from design concept to marketing. Their garments are all produced in-house, from start to finish, and intended to be versatile and timeless to last you for years to come. They do not conform to fast fashion trends or calendars, releasing small, considered collections that go well with each other.
Because all Dorsu garments are made using deadstock cotton jersey – ends of rolls and fabric leftovers – the styles are inherently limited edition. We are proud to work with Dorsu to create Slowclothes exclusive colourways, and often as few as 10-20 of each style in a particular colour are made.
We recommend following Dorsu Cambodia on social media as they regularly share stories and pictures of their workroom and experiences running an ethical fashion business. It's pretty interesting!