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The Womens Moon Phases Hoodie Wrap Top is the perfect lightweight cotton cardigan for Spring. This hooded wrap features a relaxed fit, and super soft organic cotton fabric. Layer it with everything: dresses, tanks, tees, yoga pants or jeans.
Part of the Savage Elegance Collection, this elegant shirt features hand drawn phases of the moon on the front and both sleeves. Shown with the Constellation Cat Hoodie, one of the best selling zip up hoodies from the Celestial Collection. Want more? Shop all Revival Ink womens tops and see why we’re the best place for nature inspired shirts.
Illustrated, and Hand-printed in Seattle with eco-friendly, water-based inks. Printed on the softest organic cotton.
The way a shirt feels is super important, softness is a huge factor in selecting fabrics for our prints. This shirt is no exception. The print has a soft feel as well, thanks to the water-based inks we use.
Women’s Dark Grey Heather with a white Moon Phases print.
• Pre-washed cotton blend, for minimal shrinkage.
• Hooded wrap made with eco-heather: a blend of organic cotton, recycled polyester, and natural plant rayon.
• Available in Womens sizes Small – XL. Model is wearing a size Small.
Click the Size Chart Tab above to view measurements. This style runs larger than the Blossom Wrap.
• What if I order the wrong size? No worries! You can exchange it for the right size.
To keep your items looking amazing, turn inside out, machine wash cold, and hang dry or tumble dry low in the dryer.
About Revival Ink
My name is Tara. I illustrated this Moon Phase Wrap Top just for you. I love capturing nature in a whimsical way. Revival Ink is reviving the art of handmade. Taking time to draw the art, and print it by hand in my Seattle studio. The end result is worth it. When wearing a Revival Ink shirt, your originality is recognized. You are unique. Revival Ink makes shirts for the Wild at Heart.
“I appreciate you, and hope REVIVAL INK can help MEET YOUR NEEDS with the clothing I make. Thank you for your support.”
– Tara Smith