Shireen Renée

"Stormy Weather" Upcycled Desert Camo


If the camo print looks familiar, that's because it was used by the U.S. armed forces from the early 1980's to the mid 1990's and was known as the chocolate chip or cookie dough Desert Storm pattern (mmm sounds more like dessert than desert). And the bust sculpture on the back? That's queen Nefertiti from the 18th Egyptian dynasty derived from Shireen's original oil painting "Valley Of the Queens."

Size: Extra Small

Fit intent: Oversized/Unisex

Fabric: 50% cotton/ 50% nylon

Origin: Made in the USA, printed in Los Angeles, CA

Care Instructions: Hand or machine wash cold (preferred), inside out with like colors. Tumble dry low and remove promptly or hang to dry. Cool iron if needed, or use a steamer (preferred). Do not iron on any artwork or embellishments. Do not bleach.

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