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Orville Peck The Way We Said Goodbye shirt
First off, I’ll say that the design is not for me Orville Peck The Way We Said Goodbye shirt. It’s called the Creeper and it is a bit creepy. My wife doesn’t like things like this and my daughter wouldn’t be happy if we wore it. It’s a creepy skull t-shirt. But, that’s just a matter of taste and the fact is that skull t-shirts are very popular and some photographers might love this kind of design. Now that we have talked about my taste in t-shirts, it’s time to talk about the t-shirt itself.
The skull and bony fingers are drawn very well and the positioning of the camera in the center of the skull adds to the creepiness. At a glance, it might be mistaken for a cyclops but it’s the camera lens that we are looking at. The camera’s positioning in front of the face prevents us from seeing the eyes which are thought to be the window to the soul. And in some culture, I read somewhere, they believed that their souls were stolen when someone took their photo. And if the photographer happens to be a ghoul of some sort… Anyway, I’m probably reading more into this image than is really there but regardless, it is a powerful design that will make some people curious and others uncomfortable. It’s a skull design but expressive and even vigorous, somehow.
The print is soft and impeccable and the 100% cotton t-shirt, which I suspect is an American Apparel, is nice and soft too (there was no label).
Julie Kaczanowski –
Well made shirt. Wash on Cold.
Good color and comfortable fit. Before wash was more of a regular. After wash between regular and slim fit. Washed in warm and dried on medium. Recommend wash cold and hang dry if you want it to stay the same size.
Alexander Kostel –
Good basic t shirts
My boyfriend wears these every day as under shirts. These are the exact same that you can find at JoAnn Fabrics, Hobby Lobby, or other craft stores. I will say, that he prefers the shirts that have no tag at the top, because his skin gets irritated by the tag. These shirts do have a tag.
Sandra Pezzino –
These fit the way I like them to. Exactly what I was looking for. 👍😁
1 inch wide collar. Roughly 7 inch sleeves. Not slim fit or slim cut. The collars are close to my neck, the way they look when police or military personnel wear them. The sleeves come down to my elbows. This is how I like for my tshirts to be.
The cotton is a light, but sturdy material. The collars hold their shape well even if I sweat some or they get wet. I haven’t seen any shrinking. By the way, with tshirts, washing in cold or warm water and then drying on low heat is the best way to ensure one’s tshirts and cotton items don’t shrink. 👍
Rosemary Rhodes –
He ain’t heavy but he’s my summer shirt …
Yes it’s true. These are not “heavy” but they are Cotton. They are well made. They are less than $6 each and they will work for summer wear.
Buy up a size and shrink to your actual size.
Good cheap Tees.