Kings Road pastel shirt
I leeeerrrvvvv this manly, lady-print shirt -- a great example of the classy, early-70s crazies. From a distance, the shirt pattern is a zigzag swirl of lavender, bone, and pale-peach. Come closer and perceive a sea of ladies' faces, purple manes tied in polka-dotted bows/turbans/poufs, glassy eyes staring at nothing. The gals could 've jumped off a Biba advertisement straight to your torso. Once you get past the pastels and polka dots, you\'ll love the sheeeer, poly-cotton (feels like fine broadcloth, I kid ye not) fabric and the large chest pocket. "Tapered with tails", as they say. A winner… made by the Kings Road Shop of Sears. Kitschy, figurative-Pop/Op at its finest.
size & fit- mens large
shoulders (seam-to-seam): 18"
bodice (shoulder-to-waist): 26-30"
original size: "16 LG 16 1/2''"''
Highly-wearable & in beautiful shape. No exterior holes, stains or fading. Noted: print is not faded -- it retains its original subdued shades.
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