PRE-ORDER: Spicy Romance Book Club Denim Over Shirt
Introducing our new denim over shirts! These completely custom shirts are made exclusively for Blissfully Bookish and are designed to be oversized. They are comfy 100% cotton denim and the perfect lightweight bookish shirt to throw on while on the go and each shirt includes a ton of embroidery details that give it a lot of character! These shirts are lighter weight than a denim jacket and include a more flexible material, great for those in warmer climates or who want something they can wear in warmer months.
Our Spicy Romance Book Club design is embroidered on dark blue denim and includes some y2k-inspired imagery like pastel pink and purple flames, hot pink chains, heart handcuffs, and of course a spicy pepper. The perfect vibe for those who want a girly take on their spicy reads. The left pocket reads “The best stories have spice.”
This is a pre-order product and ships in late October. Please keep that in mind if you choose to purchase this product!
- Custom Over Shirt with an Oversized Fit!
- Over Shirt Color: Dark Blue Denim
- Embroidery Locations: Across Shoulders, On Left Pocket, Above Left Pocket, and Right Sleeve
- 100% Cotton
- Lightweight and Flexible Denim
Looking to buy all three over shirts? Shop our discounted bundle to save!
Care Instructions for Embroidered ItemsWith the proper care, your new shirt can last for many years! Just please keep in mind that the original manufacturer’s care instructions found on the inside of the tee don’t take into consideration the embroidery that has been added to the shirt. Embroidered apparel can be machine-washed cold, inside-out on a gentle cycle with a mild detergent and like colors. Use non-chlorine bleach only when necessary. You shouldn’t use any fabric softeners or dry-clean the items.
We recommend hanging your new shirt to dry or laying it flat to dry. We do not recommend drying embroidered products in the dryer. Even the lowest setting may cause a little shrinkage in the item causing the embroidery to bunch up. If this happens you can turn the shirt inside out and iron against the back of the shirt or use steam to help even out the area and mitigate the effects of the dryer.