Tree Green Men's Handmade Woven Sari Silk Button Down Pocket Shirt - Size Large - Midas G738
Stunning green hues Mumtaz men's button-down shirt made from genuine Indian sari silk material. This high quality silk is outstanding!
Inspired by the lovely colors of India, I designed and made this shirt to brighten up men's wardrobes. The Midas shirt is made from woven silk, giving it less drape than my other men's silk shirts. This stiffer material is durable and form fitting.
Fashioned into a traditional style, the collar of this shirt is lightly stiffened, and comes with a disguised left-side pocket. A spare button is included inside above the waistline.
This lightweight, breathable material dries very quickly, which is ideal for hot summers, traveling, and tropical climates. The color is more true in the close up photos.
* Sizes Available: Large
* Color: Midas
* Material: Indian silk
LARGE - Arms 10"/25 cm, Length 30"/76 cm, Chest 46"/1.17 m
XLARGE - Arms 9"/23 cm, Length 31"/79 cm, Chest 49"/1.25 cm
A note about Sari Silk Material - all my material is/was bought new in India where we lived for two years. Sari fabric also may have what others would call "imperfections". Tiny white specks where the ink missed, miniscule snags in this delicate material, chalk marks from the manufacturer, etc. These are not blemishes, but an inherent part of this original, ethnic material. I try to note "marks" when noticeable, and do not sell any significantly damaged items.
Please keep in mind that sari material is delicate and will snag easily. The women of India make it look easy...carrying buckets on their heads, children on their hips...but regardless, care should be taken with this handmade garment.
Care instructions: Dry clean or hand wash cool. Hang dry, and iron lightly.
Custom orders welcomed, as I have plenty of extra sari material. However, I usually can not duplicate the same color/print since sari material is not sold in multiples making our creations very original.
Thanks for supporting small business artisans like us at Mumtaz Creations where we've been creating wearable fiber art since 2008!!