It's a little known fact, but Japan's original geisha were actually men known as Taikomochi. It's hard to believe given the level of femininity ascribed to geisha culture; however, the history of the male geisha dates all the way back to the 13th century. Female geishas didn't even exist until 1751.
The Taikomochi was out front being their genuine fabulous self! And you can too with this Taikomochi shirt, featuring a lovely print that resembles both strength and beauty in one picture.
Bella + Canvas 3480
• 100% combed and ringspun cotton
• Tri-blends are 50% polyester/25% combed/25% ringspun cotton/rayon
• Side-seamed, unisex sizing
• Sizes - XS-2XL
|Body Length (inches)||26||27||28||29||30||31|
|Body Width (inches)||16 ¼||18 ¼||20 ¼||22 ¼||24 ¼||26 ¼|
I'm trapped between two sizes, medium and large, and I take a risk ordering anything online due to my normal, if not bizarre, proportions. That said, the tank top is just a SMIDGE on the short side (size medium) however, the graphic is gorgeous, the quality is amazing, and the rest of the sizing is pretty great. If only there were shorts with the length of a large, but the width of a medium... All in all, will DEFINITELY be ordering more, size up.
Great shirt! Will be a hit when I wear it. Soft fabric, creative Geishaman design. They ringer design is great for showing off the guns, too! I love it!