Rolling Stones Tattoo You Cut Off Flannel Tank
Rolling Stones Tattoo You Cut Off Flannel Tank
Rolling Stones Tattoo You Cut Off Flannel Tank

Rolling Stones Tattoo You Cut Off Flannel Tank

Sale price$118
Size:S
Quantity:
In stock

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Size Guide

Size Chart:

Size Chart 2021

Size Equivalences:

Size Equivalences 2021

Strike a chord in upcycled fashion with the Rolling Stones Tattoo You Cut Off Flannel Tank. This L.A.-crafted gem transforms deadstock material into a symphony of style with a raw-edged sleeve finish, hitting high notes of sustainability and exclusivity. It's a piece that doesn't just wear history; it weaves it into every thread. Made from 100% Cotton Up-cycled T-shirt.

For more similar options, take a look at our Organic Band Graphics Collection.

Features

  • Made from 100% Cotton Up- Cycled 
  • Patch work from Dead stock material.
  • Raw Edge Sleeves.

Care Instructions

To maintain the quality of this uniquely dyed item, please wash it separately before wearing it for the first time. The dyeing process gives each garment distinctive variations in shading and color, which is intentional by design. These features contribute to the garment's individuality and charm. To prevent dye transfer, continue to wash this item separately until the color stops running. When pairing with lighter clothing, choose carefully to avoid color bleeding.

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