Unusual sheer mesh shirt, can be worn lots of ways. This mesh shirt was pictured with and without a singlet underneath, also looks good open over a t-shirt. This mesh shirt is Size M-L, stretchy fabric. Lying flat, the armpit to armpit measurement is 56 cms but stretches comfortably to 61 cms. Length from the base of the collar to the bottom is 70 cms.
Animal Print Men’s Shirt
This Cult Bravery animal print shirt is from our new and exclusive range of men’s shirts. Perfect for clubs, festivals, resorts, weddings, parties, anything! We have them available in black and white and also a rich scarlet red. Our sheer animal print shirts are a sultry choice. They're made of mesh and are semitransparent, so they can be worn with or without clothing underneath. These have a rock star vibe about them, and they'd be perfect for an outdoor festival.
How to style it? You can wear it with open with a white t-shirt or singlet tucked in underneath, and a dark pair of jeans. Dress it up for the clubs, with the collar open. For the relaxed sexy summer look, just wear it open, with nothing underneath.
Online Animal Print Men’s Shirt
In the early 1930s, animal prints were a symbol of power before it became a trend in the fashion industry. Animal prints and skins are said to give power to the wearer. Fancy laces were paired with elegant silk motifs mimicking exotic furs to give an impression of luxury and wealth. The crowned heads possessed animal print rugs as a way to exhibit social standing. Animal-patterned clothing is believed to transfer characteristics associated with a particular animal, such as a tiger's fierceness, to the wearer. Wearing the skin of a cheetah, would grant them the cheetah's speed. Despite the fact that it doesn’t give a power, animal print continues to be in high demand among fashionistas. The designs of the world's wild cats have been mainstays in the fashion industry, from tiger stripes to cheetah spots. The leopard's rosette pattern has long been a favorite. They symbolize "feminine" cunning and instinct as graceful and powerful hunters.
Animal Print Men’s Shirt Australia
When MGM released Tarzan the Apeman in 1932, it was a great hit. During the 1930s, the daring leopard-patterned outfits of Tarzan and Jane stars Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan sparked a trend for leopard and cheetah patterns. Animal print blouses, coats, and scarves were some of the most popular things of that period. These things symbolized the thrills and spills of the jungle, as well as a spirit of independence that was unique for images of women at that time. After big stars like Bettie Page, a model and one of the most famous pin-ups at the time, was featured in Jungle Bettie, fur became even more popular in the 1940s. 1950s came, Christian Dior introduced a new collection inspired by animal prints specifically leopard. The 1960s hippy movement brought in a whole new era for animal print. Exotic and "out there" prints were wildly popular. With the arrival of punk rock in the 1970s came plenty of other new interesting animal print fashions. There was an abundant amount of animal print as the 1980s approached, and it appeared in more prints than ever before, zebra and snakeskin were now added. Animal print in today's fashion is versatile. It draws inspiration from all the past decades to create a print that is both elegant and appealing.
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