Men’s T-shirt Cherries
Classic men’s T-shirt with Cherries pattern.
The universal cut fits well any body type. The t-shirt is made from high quality knitted cotton fabric with a mixture of elastane. Both composition and cut make the shirt very comfortable and pleasant to the touch.
You can match the t-shirt with plain trousers and jacket, so you get a formal but still unconventional outfit. Or let yourself get carried away by your fantasy and combine a cherries T-shirt with another pattern, so you’ll surely be noticed! Whether you go out to the street, walk along the university corridor, or step through the office doorway – everyone will know you radiate positive energy! Regardless of wearing the T-shirt every day or just on the weekends, you can enjoy the freedom it offers.
Pattern was designed for dziendobry by Jasmina Parkita. The printing method used is dye-sublimation. This guarantees the highest quality and durability of the pattern on the cotton knitwear.
We also want to mention that we take the concept of Slow Fashion seriously. Clothes from our collections are timeless and durable. They are intended to serve more than just one season. We make every effort to ensure that quality of our materials and the finishing meet industry’s highest standards.
The shirt has an eco-leather tag with dziendobry logo.
The model is 183 cm tall and wears size L.
- Pattern layout on each and every clothing item is different, therefore the delivered product may differ slightly from the one shown on the photographs.
- The colours in the pictures may differ slightly from the actual products depending on the monitor’s settings.
History of the CHERRIES pattern
“Cherries is one of the so-called ‘safe’ patterns, because it basically suits everyone. It’s rather universal due to its subdued colors and leafy motives that are complemented by the black background. I like wearing this type of patterns myself. I put them on when I don’t want to attract much attention with bright clothes – yet it’s still better than a plain black shirt. I thought of a name for this pattern for a while; I would’ve gladly named it ‘Cherry garden after sunset’ or ‘Cherries in chocolate’, but my colleagues often dampen my enthusiasm for beautifying everything I get my hands on… That’s why we stayed with a simple name for this quiet yet very romantic and feminine print. Well, I guess that I always will feel the smell of a cherry garden in a summer night when looking at this pattern…”