Women's T Shirt Long Sleeve V Neck

Women's T Shirt Long Sleeve V Neck
Item# WT5503
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This Women's Bamboo T Shirt Long Sleeve V Neck style is great for layering and comfortable all year long. Made from 70% Viscose from Organic Bamboo and 30% Organic Cotton, the lightweight feel of the jersey fabric make this soft bamboo t shirt the base layer you will want to wear all year long. Soft and silky comfort for any kind of weather in this naturally thermal regulating v-neck. This style features a single needle pinched v-neck with double needle hem on sleeves and bottom.

Gorgeous colors to mix and match with skirts, gauchos and pants, a beautiful style that wears well and feels good! Viscose from Bamboo clothing fabric is free of chlorine and formaldehyde. American Made in S.C. and sweatshop-free. Long sleeve jersey v-neck in our new fabric ... soft and silky comfort.

Made From: 70% Viscose from Organic Bamboo and 30% Organic Cotton.

Care: Machine wash, mild soap, cold or warm water and tumble dry.

T-Shirt Facts: The T-shirt got it's name because of the shape of the garment's outline, shaped like a T! It evolved from undergarments used in the 19th century, when the one-piece Union Suit (Long Johns) underwear was cut into separate top and bottom garments, with the top long enough to tuck under the waistband of the bottoms.

With and without buttons, T-shirts were adopted by miners and stevedores during the late 1800s as a convenient shirt in hot climates.

T-shirts became popular in the United States when they were issued by the U.S. Navy during and following the Spanish American War. The crew-necked, short-sleeved, white cotton undershirts, were worn under the uniforms. In tropical climates, it became common for sailors to remove their uniform jackets, wearing and getting dirty only their undershirts, a.k.a, T Shirts! If only they had had bamboo t shirts, the sailors might have stayed even cooler and drier!!