Grenouille Ladies Long Sleeve Clown Fish Print Shirt
I love fun prints and this one is a real favourite of mine; not least because my kids and I love a certain Disney film! Featuring a wonderfully bold school of orange and black clown fish on a white background, it really is the epitome of statement shirts.
Featuring a wonderfully bold school of orange and black clown fish on a white background, it really is the epitome of statement shirts.
We've complimented the main body fabric with a black and small white polka dot fabric on the collar, cuff and as piping along the front placket and then finished everything off with some orange details, which we think really help take the shirt to the next level.
Made in our shaped fit, darted front and back, to provide a more tailored and figure hugging look.
- 100% cotton poplin fabric
- Cocktail style turn back cuffs
- Anti-gape button design
- Shaped Fit - darted front and back
- Machine wash at 30°
If you've not been lucky enough to have a Grenouille shaped fit shirt before, we really recommend you take a few minutes and carry out the following steps, to ensure you get the perfect size for you.
- Find the current favourite shirt of the person you're buying for and lay it button side down on a flat surface
- Get a tape measure and measure from the side seam under one armhole to the side seam on the other armhole; shown as measurement A on the photo.
- Check that measurement against the info in the photo of the size chart above to know the size that should offer you the best fit.
Fitting Style:Shaped, Darted Fit
Sleeve Length:Long Sleeve
Absolutely love my shirt, the photo doesn't do it justice. Perfect fit and superb quality, will definitely be buying more shirts from this site.
Laura Ballantyne | Hexham | January 2021
Another excellent shirt
I really like the quality of the fabric and the reverse cuff detail which allows the shirt to be worn as a 3/4 length sleeve, The pattern is novel and the fit is perfect, not too tight but a bit of shape. These shirts wash really well and I don't iron mine.
Elizabeth A Fenwick | Birmingham | April 2023