DetailsIf you don’t think of yourself as the graphic tee wearing type, our understated designs might just change your mind. From soft nature-inspired to whimsical but not too cutesy. The tees themselves are as clean and green as you’ll find; organic cotton, low-impact dyes, water based inks. The screen print quality won’t disappoint either – it’s embedded in the fabric so you won’t experience the rough feel or flaking that often happens in these types of tees. Made in the tiny town of Hurley, deep in the North Woods of Wisconsin – a town with a long history of apparel making that’s undergoing a renaissance, thanks to you!
- 100% organic cotton
- Eco-friendly dyes and inks with screen print embedded in fabric for incredibly smooth finish
- Machine wash
- Fairly made in Hurley, Wisconsin
- Sizing & Fit
To ensure you get the best fit for your body type and fit preference, use the charts below. For best results, measure over undergarments at fullest part of your bust, at the natural bend in your waist (usually an inch or two above your belly button), and at the fullest part of your hip.
- Bust Measurement: S: 32, M: 34, L: 37, XL: 40
- Hip Measurement: S: 32.5, M: 34.5, L: 37.5, XL: 40.5
- Length: S: 24.5, M: 25, L: 25.5, XL: 26
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
- Not long enough!
This shirt is very pretty. The material is very nice, thicker than I expected but that was a pleasant surprise for cooler weather. I tried it on and it fit pretty nicely until I tugged it down to its full length and found it was quite a bit shorter than any other top I've bought from Fair Indigo. I tend to like FI shirts precisely because they're long enough, with only 2 exceptions. This is so short, I wouldn't feel comfortable wearing it as it would leave a gap as I sat or raised my arms.
- Really great shirt for winter and the holidays
Absolutely love this shirt. It fits really well, I'm a medium, 5'6 1/2", 124 pounds.
New Hope in the North Woods
Green 3 Apparel is at the vanguard of a resurgence in US clothing manufacturing. Their latest venture is bringing jobs back to a remote northern Wisconsin town (one local calls it "the last stop before nowhere") that had lost all hope of a future in apparel production.Learn more >