Shekhawati, in northern India, is known as the “open art gallery of Rajasthan” because of the thousands of intricate frescoes that decorate the walls and ceilings of palaces, forts, and temples. The patterns on this 100% cotton shirt are taken from a local haveli (private mansion) and give just a hint at the abundance of geometric and arabesque decoration to be found in Shekhawati. Side vents. No pockets.
Made in India. 100% cotton. Men’s sizes M (38–40), L (42–44), XL (46–48).
Just got this shirt and I love it. Just a few points though. NG only seems to offer shirts in sizes medium and up, and some of their "mediums" are really big. This one wasn't too oversized, but I wish they'd offer small sizes too. That said, the length of this shirt seems a little short for the average person. Also, the tags on the shirt seem to be from a company that normaly only produces women's clothing (Parsley & Sage), but as this is a NGS exclusive item, I'll trust that it is, in fact, a men's shirt.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
From National Geographic:Thank you for sharing your thoughts about this shirt. We are glad to hear that you like it. It has come to our attention that the length of this shirt is shorter than we requested of the vendor. The vendor is fixing the problem, so we have temporarily stopped shipping orders until corrected stock has been received. We are expecting this stock in about 60 days. Our customer service team will be in touch with you shortly to find a solution that works best for you. We appreciate your patience as we work to ensure that you receive the highest quality product.