This old shirt was probably marketed as a man’s shirt but could be worn by either gender. The fabric is a 100% rayon and the abstract pattern is a multitude of blues, turquoise, green, purples, maroon and yellow. It has a left breast pocket and short sleeves. There are seven plastic buttons up the front including the button at the collar. There is one extra button sewn onto the washing instructions that is sewn into the side seam. The original labels identify this as an Extra Comfort Unionbay – Long Life Assured shirt. It is marked as a size Large and it was made in India. The fabric content and washing instructions are on the label sewn into the side seam. I believe this is from the 1990’s.
As mentioned this is marked large but note the actual measurements since sizes vary. Lying flat it measures about 21” across the upper back, seam to seam and about 25” under the arms, seam to seam (50” chest). The sleeves measure about 10” from shoulder seam to finished edge. It measures about 32” from the bottom of the collar at the back to the finished hem.
It is in nice but used condition with light wear. It has been washed by hand and hung to dry but it is wrinkled and rumpled looking. Some of the finish stitching has come unstitched. There is a little fraying around the collar buttonhole and the inside seams edges are frayed.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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