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Little Miss Matcha Shirt - White

Little Miss Matcha Shirt - White

Regular price $26.50 USD
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Introducing the Little Miss Matcha Shirt - because your wardrobe deserves a touch of sass and a whole lot of class. Slip into the timeless allure of this pristine white tee, designed to turn heads and make a statement, all while embodying the unapologetic spirit of Chalait.

On the front, flaunt the iconic Chalait logo, a symbol of our commitment to being extra in everything we do. Strut away, and let the world see the cheeky "Little Miss" smiley face on the back - because why settle for ordinary when you can be extraordinary?

The Little Miss Matcha Shirt isn't just a shirt; it's a mood, a vibe, a whole aesthetic. Whether you're sipping matcha or conquering the world, let this tee be your chosen canvas for expressing the spirit of Chalait.

Elevate your wardrobe with the Little Miss Matcha Shirt - where sass meets class, and bold meets beautiful.

Crafted from 100% ring-spun cotton, this tee doesn't just feel good; it feels fabulous. The garment-dyed finish ensures a clean, crisp white that's as bold as your attitude. The Little Miss Matcha Shirt effortlessly marries a relaxed fit with a dash of elegance - the perfect combo for slaying any occasion.

This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!

Key Features:

  • 100% ring-spun cotton for a feel that's as fabulous as you are
  • Garment-dyed for a white that's as bold as your attitude
  • Relaxed fit that's basically the wardrobe equivalent of a mic drop
  • Durable construction with double-needle topstitched collar and twill-taped neck

Note: Blank product sourced from Honduras.

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