Christmas with Little Women – Bookish Tee – NOVEMBER EXCLUSIVE

$32.00

 

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The longing for goodness and happiness is the guide that leads us through many troubles and mistakes to the peace which is a true celestial city.
-Louisa May Alcott

The exclusive design for November is my original painting “Christmas with Little Women”.

NOVEMBER EXCLUSIVE TEE – this shirt will ONLY be available in November, so get it while you can! This tee features my original painting “Christmas with Little Women” and is printed on heather dark grey.

The Book Sleeve of the Month for November also features Little Women themed art.

Exclusive tees are sold on pre-order basis, and are made only after the order has been placed. This is different than my other tees which I keep in stock at my home office. Exclusive tees generally take 2-3 weeks to create and ship out, but please expect delays due to the pandemic.

ABOUT THE SHIRT:
This unisex shirt is soft and lightweight, with the perfect amount of stretch. It’s comfortable and flattering for both men and women.
• combed and ring-spun cotton
• Shoulder taping
• Side-seamed

SIZING:
This is a unisex shirt. Please refer to the size chart for exact measurements. (Order one size up if you prefer a looser fit.)

ABOUT THE PRINT:
My design is printed onto the shirt with a state of the art digital textile printer. The eco-friendly ink is completely washable and extremely durable. The ink becomes part of the fibers of the shirt, which means it holds up better than other printing methods.

CARE: Wash cold and hang dry to best preserve image quality.

EXCHANGES/RETURNS:
Exchanges are not accepted at this time. Returns are accepted for a full refund if unworn and unwashed.

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