Wednesday Lace Shirt
- long sleeves with cuffs
- buttoned up
- white lace detail
- loose collar
- stretchy fabric
- cotton & elastane blend
- handmade in Poland
Wednesday shirt features loose, yet flattering fit. It is covered with large cross prints, giving it a dark, mysterious aesthetic.
It is buttoned up with cute, semicircular buttons. The shirt has a slim fit. It has hems at the front and at the bust, thanks to which it will fit nicely to the body and will not wrinkle.
To make it even more goth, consider pairing it with our classic black pleated skirt with chains. We love to wear it tucked into high waisted trousers. Leave the collar unbuttoned to make a statement with your favourite chunky necklaces.
If it's a little bit cold, consider wearing a turtleneck underneath the shirt. For more casual look, throw it over a loose t-shirt and pair it with a classic tennis skirt.
Handmade in Poland.
Material: 94% cotton, 6% elastane
Basis weight: 200g/m²
This material is super soft and stretchy.
Wash it inside out in 30°C with other dark items. We don't recommend tumble drying. Iron on the left side.
|3 - 10 working days
|USA, Canada, Australia
|14 - 20 working days
|Rest of the world
|10 - 30 working days
Our products are made in Poland and that's where we ship them from. The shipping fee changes depending on the country of destination and amount of products you're ordering. Your order will be shipped via either DPD, Global Express, FedEx or UPS. Read more
Once your order is dispatched, you will get notified with tracking URL and tracking number.
SKYDANCE makes exchanges and returns easy. You can always return your order by sending it back within 14 days since receiving items with returns formula enclosed. Learn more here.
taxes and legal fees
SKYDANCE is a small family run business from Poland. We are a registered business, pay all taxes, and operate according to Polish law. We produce locally, using Polish suppliers and domestic manufacturers. Our prices actually reflect the quality & work we put into creating our items. The largest percentage of our prices covers production costs. Right after them - all kinds of legal fees and taxes. In third place are fixed costs (renting warehouse space, hiring employees, etc.). Then the margin - which allows us to make more one-of-a-kind clothes!