Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs
Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs
Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs
Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs
Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs
Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs
Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs

Hatty Shirt - Cream/multi, Lost Dinosaurs

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  • Ali is 5'7" and is wearing a size 10
  • Machine washable (delicate)
  • 100% LENZING™ ECOVERO™ Viscose
  • Relaxed fit
  • Button up front
  • Print designed by us

Our standout, botanical dinosaur scene, in soft pastel tones on off-white, makes the Hatty top ideal for livening up jeans and shorts. Cut with a relaxed fit and a button front, this is sure to be a go-to item in your wardrobe.

What is LENZING™ ECOVERO™?

This product is made using LENZING™ ECOVERO™ an eco-friendly sustainable alternative to traditional viscose. LENZING™ ECOVERO™ is derived from certified renewable wood sources using an ecologically responsible production process, meeting high environmental standards. LENZING™ ECOVERO™ generates 50% less emissions and water consumption than standard viscose and is fully biodegradable. 

  • Made with sustainable fabricMade with sustainable fabric
  • Sent in sustainable postal packagingSent in sustainable postal packaging

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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K.L.
Hint of dino

Lovely shirt with a cute Dino motif. Great for spring/summer, love it!

L
L.
Amazing shirt, but shrinks like nothing I've ever seen!

I usually wash everything before I wear it, but I skipped that this time and wore this beautiful shirt right away. Thank god I did, because this way I got to have one perfect day with a perfect shirt. It looked so good, the fabric felt amazing and it fit perfectly and I felt amazing!
I washed at 30 degrees and air-dried, and it shrunk A LOT. Like 2 sizes, easily. Instructions say to stretch it gently while wet to regain shape, which I did, and I didn't get back shit. So, next round, I stretch a little more, and it ripped! And lost a button. It also says to iron while still damp to regain length. So on my second try I iron, through a cloth, as per instructions. Now I have crazy creases because how can I see that it's smooth through a cloth? I have other stuff going on, I can't get a degree in textiles to learn how to care for this shirt. It's still wet, so I wait until just damp, iron again. It's a little better now but nowhere near where it was when it first arrived. Plus I still need to sew on a button, and I'm so tired. It's not realistic for me to wait the perfect amount of time and then iron every time, I'm sorry, but as much as I love dinosaurs (very very much!), I can't change my whole life to revolve around this shirt's care.
I have gained weight over the last two years, so the only reason I buy new clothes is so I don't look like an idiot in way too small clothes, I have enough of those in the basement already.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
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K
K.L.
Hint of dino

Lovely shirt with a cute Dino motif. Great for spring/summer, love it!

L
L.
Amazing shirt, but shrinks like nothing I've ever seen!

I usually wash everything before I wear it, but I skipped that this time and wore this beautiful shirt right away. Thank god I did, because this way I got to have one perfect day with a perfect shirt. It looked so good, the fabric felt amazing and it fit perfectly and I felt amazing!
I washed at 30 degrees and air-dried, and it shrunk A LOT. Like 2 sizes, easily. Instructions say to stretch it gently while wet to regain shape, which I did, and I didn't get back shit. So, next round, I stretch a little more, and it ripped! And lost a button. It also says to iron while still damp to regain length. So on my second try I iron, through a cloth, as per instructions. Now I have crazy creases because how can I see that it's smooth through a cloth? I have other stuff going on, I can't get a degree in textiles to learn how to care for this shirt. It's still wet, so I wait until just damp, iron again. It's a little better now but nowhere near where it was when it first arrived. Plus I still need to sew on a button, and I'm so tired. It's not realistic for me to wait the perfect amount of time and then iron every time, I'm sorry, but as much as I love dinosaurs (very very much!), I can't change my whole life to revolve around this shirt's care.
I have gained weight over the last two years, so the only reason I buy new clothes is so I don't look like an idiot in way too small clothes, I have enough of those in the basement already.