Women's All Over Print Polo Shirt - Awesome view from Tres Picachos at 3K feet - El Yunque rainforest PR - Yunque Store
Women's All Over Print Polo Shirt - Awesome view from Tres Picachos at 3K feet - El Yunque rainforest PR - Yunque Store

Women's All Over Print Polo Shirt - Awesome view from Tres Picachos at 3K feet - El Yunque rainforest PR

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Women's All Over Print Polo Shirt 

😨 Awesome view from Tres Picachos at 3K feet - El Yunque rainforest PR


Image rights - Nature images by Raul Garcia Yunque Store - Nikon cameras


*Made of PIQUE cloth material

*3 button closure, rib collar and cuffs 

*Machine wash with cold water and mild detergent 

*Order high quality handmade, especially for you

About PIQUE clothing:

The popular material boasts a lot of fantastic qualities

Pique, otherwise known as Marcella, has its origins in the 18th century. Developed up north, by the Lancashire cotton industry, the fabric was developed using a mechanized technique or weaving double cloth with an enclosed cording weft. While originally used for imitation pieces of the corded Provençal quilts, made in Marseille, by the mid 20th century pique became a key material in men’s fashion.  

It is commonly used for polo shirts – worn for fashion purposes or in golfing – as well as white tie events. Of course, it’s the style of the shirting that makes it suitable for one or the other. A casual cut, short-sleeved polo shirt is suited to sports while the long sleeve formal shirt is best suited to white tie events.

 The popular material boasts a lot of fantastic qualities. It’s breathable, durable and easily cared for and has excellent give and comfort. Its breathable nature also ensures that any wearers of pique stay cool. Furthermore, the textured weave is great at hiding all those perspiration stains. So, whether you’re enjoying an active game of golf or layered up for your white tie event, you can rely on pique fabric to keep you feeling comfortable and looking great.

Source: https://www.acornfabrics.com/blog/what-is-pique-fabric/