Limited edition 12 shirts.
Santa Barbara is a hippie-chic town. The "Santa Barbara" shirt is influenced by photos, travels and stories about the 1970s California mood, a mix of rebellion and freedom, peace, music and love. It carries with it that spirituality and creativity that only on California shores can we find.
FLAP AND BOTOTNE POCKETS, VEGETABLE COROZO BUTTONS, REGULAR CUT, ORANGE STITCHING, 100% COTTON DENIM.
Shirt handmade in Turin, Italy.
- Corozo buttons, 100% natural and eco-friendly, are made from washers obtained from the dried nut of tropical palm from Ecuador.
- Plastic free.
- Natural and organic fabric, no harmful substances.
- All fabrics used by PETRI are production leftovers from the best Italian companies.
With the word "denim" one automatically thinks of cowboys, casual style and freedom, and that is true. But the material of blue jeans has much older origins. As early as the 17th century, in Nîmes, France, cloth makers wove a durable fabric from cotton fibers, very similar to that of modern jeans. The name "denim" comes from the abbreviation of the French "serge de nîmes," meaning "fabric of Nîmes." The production of this cotton fabric was so cheap that it was the ideal material for the work clothes of ordinary people. In addition, the characteristic blue color of denim is derived from the equally inexpensive indigo, this over time discolored, consequently indigo did not attract much interest from the textile market, apart from that of denim, in which in fact the discoloration and mutability of the garment is still a real hallmark of denim products.
We recommend wearing the shirt long before doing the first wash, and in all cases do not wash it many times a month. Just keep it in the open air for a day before storing it in the closet.
Always wash denim garments inside out, only in cold water using a mild detergent. Let the shirt air dry.