Plaid Tie Shirt
A classic Marlow Goods Style - which looks great on its own, or layered over a shirt or thin sweater. I found the inspiration for this tie shirt at a thrift store in London, and we kept the classic open arm style of a traditional rice patty worker shirt. it has a small metal snap on the arm, and it ties to close. These were sewn at a very small sewing studio in LIC, and if you feel surprised about the price, you might be interested to know that the sewing Alone on this top is $165! It has been intricately constructed right here in NYC. Most cotton tops that we see these days are sewn over seas for a Fraction of this, but we are committed to keeping NYC sewing studios alive! I hope that you will help us support these craftspeople here in the US, and see the value in their work.
Small : from shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 21", From Nape of neck to waist: 21", From top base of neck down the sleeve: 21", Around the waist: 39" , Arm opening 23"
Large: from shoulder seam to shoulder seam: 23", From Nape of neck to wait: 22", From top base of neck down the sleeve: 23", Around the waist: 41" , Arm opening 24"
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