Historic Las Vegas 1940s Caboose Fitted Shirt Cotton Lawn

$225.00 each
Men - Tops and Shirts
Sleeve length

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Historic Las Vegas 1940s Caboose Fitted Shirt Cotton Lawn

Fitted shirts are fitted but not meant to be tight, unless you order a smaller size that is. Check the measurements to ensure you have the right size for the kind of fit you want.

The shirt is designed for smart occasions but can also be worn un-tucked with jeans, casual pants, or chinos. The hem of the shirt has a beautiful curve reflecting a classic shirt cut and design. The collar is relatively small, and works open or buttoned up, depending on your mood.

The buttons do up on the old-school ‘mans’ side, so button on the right and buttonhole on the left. The sleeves are short but not too short leaving a space above the elbow (Other lengths are available).

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  • Feel
  • Weight
  • Pre-washed
  • Printing
  • Detail
  • Material
  • Fabric manufacturer
  • Fabric origin
This is lightweight and feels super soft and luxurious on your skin.
2.4 oz/square yd (81 gsm)
Yes. All fabric is washed before we make your garment.
It is printed in the USA using eco-friendly, water-based inks.
The print is wonderfully sharp and matte, the colours are strong and designed to last.
100% Cotton. Cotton Lawn is a fine and lightweight higher quality cotton.
Manufacturer: Spoonflower a printing company that uses an eco-friendly process, sustainable operational practices, uses water-based pigment inks and dyes and has initiatives that continue to lower waste byproducts.
The material comes from South Korea and we checked with our supplier, you can be confident that you are buying something that was made by people with autonomy and free will.

Historic Las Vegas 1940s Caboose Las Vegas

Historic Las Vegas - 1940s Caboose


The train in the desert

The train plays a major part of Las Vegas history, it was founded as a train stop in 1905. The San Pedro, Los Angeles and Salt Lake Railroad ran between Salt Lake City and Los Angeles, with a stop in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas was picked because there was plenty of water, it was a steam train after all :^).

I love trains and the train fabric is inspired by the the interior of a Green 1940s caboose, I photographed at the Clark County Museum.


Historic Vegas Caboose Green

Copyright Zoe Camper