Alexander McQueen Graphic Skull Print Boxy T-Shirt
  • Alexander McQueen Still Life Skull Print Boxy T-Shirt
    alexandermcqueen.com
    Boxy cotton t-shirt with still life skull print; Alexander McQueen logo is printed on the back behind the neckline. Material: 100% Cotton.
  • Chaser Checkered Skull Tee - Coal
    shopbop.com
    A checkered skull graphic provides visual appeal to this boxy Chaser tee, styled in burnout jersey. The vented hem provides loose movement. Long sleeves and scoop neckline. Fabric: Soft, burnout jersey. 50% cotton/50% polyester. Wash cold. Made in the USA. Measurements Length: 24in / 61cm, from shoulder Measurements from size S. Available sizes: L,M,S,XS
  • Lauren Moshi Tee - Edda Vintage Mini Skull
    bloomingdales.com
    Tied up with an edgy side, this macabre graphic Lauren Moshi tee turns on the cool factor with a skull bow motif and classic crewneck silhouette. Cotton/polyester. Machine wash. Made in USA. Crewneck, short sleeves, high/low hem.
  • Denim & Supply by Ralph Lauren Skull-Print Sleeveless Tee
    ralphlauren.com
    Crafted from premium cotton jersey, this cool sleeveless tee features a large skull screen-print at the front and a slouchy silhouette. Ribbed rounded neckline. Sleeveless silhouette. Screen-printed graphic accents the front. Unfinished hem. 100% cotton. Machine washable. Imported.
  • Missoni Women's Logo-Letter Faux-Leather Tee - Black/White (48/14)
    neimanmarcus.com
    MissoniLogo-Letter Faux-Leather TeeDetailsKnit tee with faux leather (polyurethane) overlay lettering of Missoni logo.Round neckline.Short sleeves.Boxy fit.Straight hem.Polyurethane/cotton/polyester.Made in Italy.Model's measurements: Height 5'10"/177cm, bust 32"/81cm, waist 24"/61cm, hips 34"/86cm, dress size US 2. Designer About Missoni:Knitwear in a bold array of zigzags, stripes and waves is the calling card of the Italian firm Missoni. The family-owned company, founded in 1953, is now run by the third generation, and eye-catching graphic designs are still very much at the forefront of the aesthetic. Perhaps due to this consistent design philosophy, pieces created today are as much instant classics as they were at the label's first runway show in 1967.
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