Women's Seafarer Tee in Navy/White

$49.00 $98.00

THIS ITEM IS FINAL SALE

Inspired by our classic men's Seafarer Tee, this crewneck tee pays homage to the original Breton stipes worn by the French navy, and the women who have donned them ever since. It is constructed with 100% cotton in a perfect weight that strikes a balance between comfort and structure. Wear all season long, whether you're at sea or ashore. 

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100% Cotton

Imported

Machine wash cold with like colors. Line dry or tumble dry low. Iron as needed.

Shipping

*Due to the 4th of July holiday, orders may require an additional 2-3 business days for processing.

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International (non-US) customers are responsible for payment of any associated fees, customs, duties, and taxes. Unfortunately, taxes associated with shipment from, for example, the US to the UK can be quite substantial, so we urge you to take this into consideration before placing an international order. 

All prices are listed in USD. We recommend international customers check the current exchange rate to get the best idea of what they will be charged.

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A Maritime Classic

The Breton stripe has been a sea-faring classic for hundreds of years, ever since 1800s French sailors hailing from Brittany (hence the name) made the solid stripe their unofficial uniform.

Legend says the thick stripes make you easier to spot in an nautical emergency -- we happen think they look great too. And Brigitte Bardot and Audrey Hepburn seem to agree.