White Collar & Tail

By SkinnyShirt


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Body made of a stretchy knit fabric. Collar and tail made of woven cotton blend. Four working and functional collar buttons. Only available in sleeveless.

  • Materials: Collar & Tail: 97% cotton, 3% spandex; Body: 90% nylon, 10% spandex
  • Care: Machine wash cold, gentle cycle, use mild detergent, do not bleach, tumble dry low, warm iron on yoke if needed
  • Sleeveless shirt with tail
  • Sweetheart neck where woven and knit fabric meet
  • Upper features four working and functional buttons
  • Tail features one working and functional button
  • Tail longer in back than in front
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: Size Chart
  • Weight: 0.45 lbs.

7 Reviews (4.8 out of 5 Grommets)

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Wish I had a few of these years ago

2/20/2016 by LuAnn

Gives that crisp white collar under a sweater that I love. I'm a little busty so wearing a regular shirt does seem just far too bulky so I refrained.
Easy to wash and requires very little pressing.
Love this item!!
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great shirt difficult to iron

4/19/2016 by Margaret

The inventor should consider manufacturing with a no iron material for the collar and tail. I love the concept but the blouse wrinkles quite a bit and requires ironing. The melt point of the knit material used on the body is much lower than the collar and tail. I learned the hard way on this and melted the knit material a bit. It doesn't show-but it feels rough. It melted with a low/medium (wool setting) iron.More > < Less

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SkinnyShirt - Collared Shirt for Layering

About SkinnyShirt

Get The Skinny

If you love the classic look of a collared shirt under a sweater but you’re not a fan of feeling uncomfortably bulky, you’re going to be thrilled with Julie Kalimian’s creation, dubbed the SkinnyShirt.

This ingenious shirt has a stretchy, knit body paired with a woven cotton collar. From the neckline up, the shirt appears to be a classic button-front collared shirt. But below the neckline, it’s all about comfort. Imagine your favorite stretchy, comfy camisole—that’s how the SkinnyShirt feels. In fact, that’s just how Julie came up with the first prototype for the SkinnyShirt. She asked her local tailor to merge a camisole and one of her collared shirts.

The idea really took off when Julie tapped into her network and connected with Alexandra Shuman, a designer at Michael Kors, who helped take the SkinnyShirt from concept to closet. Julie achieved the smooth, slimming result she had envisioned. Paired with sweaters, dresses, jackets, tank tops, and short-sleeve tops, SkinnyShirt is a great way to give your wardrobe a more sharp, professional look. It’s fashion that fits just right.