YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt
YMC Womens Vegas Shirt

YMC Womens Vegas Shirt

$320.00 32000

Hold on tight 'cause we're goin' to Vegas baby! To be honest the name doesn't really fit the vibe of this shirt. Being made from a beautiful & delicate Broderie Anglaise fabric it's really reminiscent of the tablecloth that your grandmother would bring out on the very special occasions.

The name is actually French, translating to English Embroidery, due to it being a popular technique in the 19th century kingdom. Kinda weird when you consider that it's an English trend known by a French name that refers to it's English popularity. To add another level of confusion it apparently is thought to have originated in what is now the Czech Republic. Maybe this is a case of "it just sounds cool in French"?

Ok that's enough historical context for the fabric because we need to talk about just how good this shirt actually is. Firstly, it's from the women's range but in this day & age that's not really relevant here as the cut is flattering to any body shape. There's 2 different fabrics at play here, one breezier cut for the sleeves & back whilst the front panels are slightly more modest to avoid scaring your mother. A really incredible piece that deserves to be worn as much as possible.

  • Cotton broderie anglaise fabric
  • Camp collar & button front
  • Made in India

Boxy fit, we recommend taking your regular size.

Hold on tight 'cause we're goin' to Vegas baby! To be honest the name doesn't really fit the vibe of this shirt. Being made from a beautiful & delicate Broderie Anglaise fabric it's really reminiscent of the tablecloth that your grandmother would bring out on the very special occasions.

The name is actually French, translating to English Embroidery, due to it being a popular technique in the 19th century kingdom. Kinda weird when you consider that it's an English trend known by a French name that refers to it's English popularity. To add another level of confusion it apparently is thought to have originated in what is now the Czech Republic. Maybe this is a case of "it just sounds cool in French"?

Ok that's enough historical context for the fabric because we need to talk about just how good this shirt actually is. Firstly, it's from the women's range but in this day & age that's not really relevant here as the cut is flattering to any body shape. There's 2 different fabrics at play here, one breezier cut for the sleeves & back whilst the front panels are slightly more modest to avoid scaring your mother. A really incredible piece that deserves to be worn as much as possible.

  • Cotton broderie anglaise fabric
  • Camp collar & button front
  • Made in India

Boxy fit, we recommend taking your regular size.