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Shark print alert! Need we say more. Snap up this fun blue and white striped short-sleeve button-down today!
I have always hated buying clothes because nothing I have ever tried on felt like me. Now, in my 40s, I've finally found clothes that not only look, feel, and fit great, but that I feel reflects who I am. Not only do these clothes reflect my style, but they reflect my values in that they are ethically made. Thank you!
We gave the Ramsey shirt and a pair of chinos to my daughter for her birthday. She loved them both! Her comment was "I love wearing clothes I like that fit me well." Thank you!
This is the second shirt I have bough from Kirrin Finch and I am in love with both. The shirt is a good fit and the material is high quality but light weight and soft. New favorite brand!
Unfortunately, it’s freezing in San Francisco, but we’re anticipating a heat wave and I can’t wait to wear my amazing shirt. It fits perfectly!!!
What I like about the shirt:
1. The design is great, who doesn't want a shark shirt? right?
2. The sleeve length! Finally, a short sleeve for females and fluid individuals that actually covers the upper arm. I have to buy mens tee shirts because of this. I don't like cap sleeves and not sure anyone buying from KF does either.
What I don't love:
1. This clothing is technically for women and non-binary individuals. Women have curves, especially around the breasts. It's weird that there isn't more room there. I have large breasts and it is near impossible to find a non-feminine shirt that slims at the waist and has space for large breasts. Even KF, your top model has no breasts and no hips. I wish. It's a little infuriating, actually.
2. It's a little long for me. I am 5'2". It's wearable but again, same issue I find when forced to look at mens clothing. Length and breast space are still a little lacking. Don't get me wrong, it is nearly there, just not quite yet.
I appreciate all that this company does. Just a review from a curvaceous non-binary individual with hips, large boobs (DDD), and who is a little on the short side.
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