The one I got feels great to wear, but the whole print color looks more like a dark green rotten egg rather than a bright yellow shown at the pictures which is a bummer for me. The crimson color for the rest of shirt is pretty accurate though.
This baby shirt not only transcends the single-color bounds of your traditional baby shirt, but it also blasts through the limits of what a two colors should be able to achieve. This shirt, though it may look like some sort of magical full color representation of the baby, is in fact only a two-color print.
And the wonders don't stop there! A wood-grain texture applied to the print gives this shirt a pleasing vintage look that other baby shirts can only dream of. The dark red color of the shirt and the bright yellow of the print also represent the baby's first foray into the realm of primary colors; a momentous feat. Truly, this baby shirt is a baby shirt to end all baby shirts.
American Apparel BB401
|Unisex 3X-6X||Port & Company PC55|
|Women's XS-2X||District Made DM104L|
This shirt features our new favorite women's garments, from District Made—they use women's sizes, not junior's, so if you're used to American Apparel check out their sizing chart (US) (metric) for more information.