- Thanks for everyone's enthusiasm for foxy clothing! Here's another favorite!
This small batch has patch at the neckline made with a scrap of organic cotton foxy print that's been popular in other tops. Necklines can have different positioning of one or two foxes on the patch, see pic. Here it's paired with a wine colored medium weight in a knit blend that appears to be a cotton blend. Soft, possibly with some poly content. The trim is a navy blue heather.
National Picnic "mock henleys" have a false (doesn't button or open) placket on the neckline made of adorable fabric that's too precious to waste. They are often paired with limited amounts of industry surplus fabric, making each color/fabric/placket combination limited, sometimes as little as 3 pieces per combo.
Read each listing carefully as the fabric content changes with each new batch.
Sizing has improved! Prior to these batches (12/2016) this style ran small. The rule used to be to order a size up. Now, order your true (most commonly worn) size. It is still designed to layer well and fit close to the body when true to size. Long raglan sleeves with cuff. Falls to hip.
Rayon blend shell, with cuff of 92% Rayon, 8% Spandex
Machine wash cold. It's OK to machine dry on low, but air drying is always the most recommended method, it's less friction on the garment. Warm iron if needed.
Sewn in the USA using industry surplus fabric, source unknown.