Brighton Print Short Sleeve Shirt
Our home town of Brighton recreated on this amazing print. A great place to live, a great place to visit. A exclusive design for GFW created by artist Esme Mackenzie.
- Lightweight 100% cotton
- 2 Sleeve lengths - fix with tab and button
- Digitally printed and made in Spain
- Reverse button to prevent gape in the chest
See sizing guide to see which range suits your body shape.
For aesthetic reasons, Billie shirts do not come with a pocket.
Main model wears Charlie 2, 2nd model wears Drew 4
Shipping for shirts from £3.85 - see all rates and other FAQ
Free UK shipping over £100. Free International shipping over £150.
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Lovely shirt but the I love most of your shirts
Love my new Brighton print shirt. Haven’t worn it out yet as it has a special place on our wedding day this weekend. Need to keep an eye on it as my partner has her eyes on it!
Thank you for getting both my shirts to me so quickly.
I discovered you via my Nephews husband, who has this exact same shirt. I actually wore his whilst dog sitting and then I had to have one and I absolutely love the design. I also love that it is gender neutral and has the extra button for women who need. I used to live in Brighton and now live in Dublin and can be spotted wearing this with Pride.in my opinion it’s your best design, niche stores and creativity all the way.
Love the shirt!
GFW, the shirt fits well. Extra button where shirts are prone to get pushed apart by boobs is a nice touch. Love the Brighton print which is by far my favourite - I really do not love the other prints. The letdown is the fabric which could be nicer. Want to love love love it, just like it.
Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. Not sure about your comment about this fabric. It is a tightly woven, lightweight 100% cotton from a mill in Barcelona, Spain. It is lovely and soft, washes and irons well. It is produced in small runs to our specification and it is not a cheap fabric, Many of the other reviews state how lovely it feels so of course it is disappointing to read that it is perceived otherwise.