Sejal's Curls Short Sleeve Shirt



Our range of gender-neutral & unisex shirting is back in our Sejal's Curls Community Print. A vibrant print and an even more beautiful story to boot. This short sleeve shirt is relaxedly chic, we'd boldly make the claim that this is the shirt of the summer! 

Ethically made in small quantities at our studio in Marrickville, Australia.

DESIGN: This shirt has a relaxed fit and features a casual camp collar, relaxed sleeves, side splits, and button closure. The sleeves and body gently flare, to achieve the desired relaxed look.

SIZING: This style is designed for a relaxed, oversized fit. For a more tailored fit, please consider sizing down. For the perfect fit, compare the garment measurements below to your own clothing at home.

PRINT: The Sejal's Curls Community Print, featuring artwork by a group of 11 migrant mothers from the Westmead Public School Community Hub. Each season we collaborate with artists, designers and our community to create prints exclusive to The Social Outfit. Please note that print placement may vary, as we cut our garments to reduce fabric wastage.

Complete the look:  Adele wears with our Black Denim Culottes.

Donated Cotton Blend, diverted from landfill and screen-printed by Publisher Textiles in Sydney.
Garment Care
Cold gentle hand wash separately with mild detergent. Do not soak, wring, rub or bleach, do not tumble dry. Hang flat to dry in shade. Warm iron on reverse. Do not dry clean.
Model: Adele is 175cm tall and is wearing a size XXS.

The Social Outfit offers refunds and exchanges for non-sale items within 30 days of receipt. Please refer to our Returns Policy for detailed information.

Shipping: Free shipping for orders above $250.
"Stylish, sustainable fashion and accessories that provide an income for our communities... everyone's a winner, the client, the earth and the creators."
— Jeannine
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The jacket looks amazing - the fabric is wonderful and it is so perfectly made. It’s also nice to know this is not just some fast fashion, but rather has heart and soul! Love it!"
— Louise
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