Customizable oversize sweatshirt
I love customization - think different
Oversized T-shirt with micro tears to give it a vintage look
Before your order the sweatshirt does not exist, at the confirmation of the order one of our employees cuts the sweatshirt, the graphic designer and the press officer take care of the customization, at this point the sweatshirt goes to the tailor's shop, once sewn it is ironed, enveloped and shipped . All in 24/48 hours from your order.
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The neutral garment is also available
- SIZE WORN
- Size M
- 100% Cotone Pemium
- Colour availability
- White - Black
- handmade in Italy
- No Gender
Maximum washing temperature: 30°C.
Do not bleach
Gentle ironing at a maximum temperature of 110°C
Do not dry clean
Do not tumble dry
Dry in the shade by hanging after spinning
Printed garments: We recommend ironing the garment inside out and at a low temperature, as well as avoiding ironing the printed area for too long. If possible, we recommend inserting an additional cloth between the iron and the garment to be ironed, thus avoiding the appearance of shiny marks or streaks.
The personalization of the garment takes place through direct digital printing on fabric, with oeko tex certified inks.
The T-shirt (literally 'T shirt') is a short-sleeved, crew-neck T-shirt with a straight cut bust that gives it its classic 'T' shape. The short-sleeved T-shirts worn by young Americans and Europeans in the 1950s and 1960s were strictly white, but by the end of the 1970s, the fashion for wearing coloured T-shirts (e.g. football or American football team uniforms) had already taken off.
Although similar garments with sleeves of various lengths can be found as early as ancient times (among the Etruscans) and in the Renaissance period, examples of t-shirt-like garments only became widespread from the 18th century as undergarments, and from the 19th century as workwear, due to their comfort and lack of a collar, a distinctive element of elegance.
Nineteenth-century sailors wore a variant very close to the contemporary model, characterised by the typical horizontal stripes.
In the 1940s, the US armed forces adopted the crew-neck shirt as part of the uniform for their men. The use of the T-shirt then spread widely in Europe during the Second World War.
The popularity of the T-shirt as a garment, outside of underwear or work wear, was consolidated in the 1950s, when American fashion spread around the world through the cinema. Famous actors such as James Dean or Marlon Brando wore the typical short-sleeved white T-shirt over a pair of jeans on the big screen: from that moment on, the T-shirt definitely entered contemporary fashion.
It was in the 1980s that the T-shirt established itself as a creative garment and communicative vehicle through ornamental friezes and lettering: the message conveyed through T-shirts took on the most diverse forms and meanings, whether ironic (the first smiles appeared on T-shirts), advertising, political or geographical (e.g. city names on T-shirts produced by the various Hard Rock Cafe's around the world).
Shipping: Orders are shipped from Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays) by SDA-GLS-TNT.
The products will be delivered within 1-2 working days from the moment of departure, except for unforeseen events beyond our control.
Orders placed after 1pm on Friday and between Saturday and Sunday will be processed from the following Monday. For more information click here
Returns: returns can be requested and made within 14 working days from the date of receipt of the products. For more information click here
The cost of Express shipping is €12.00. DHL/UPS courier For more details, please visit the Shipping Method section.