The Boxy Shirt

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This shirt will easily become your favorite with its comfortable, functional cut that allows you to move with ease. Wear it closed for a classic look or leave it open for a breezy layer.

Sizing: Featuring Japanese-style fit for a generous, comfortable fit, find your perfect fit with this range: S (2-6), M (8-10), L (12-14).

Crafted with handwoven white cotton poplin fabric and hand-carved coconut shell buttons, you can dry-clean or machine-wash cold with like colors, then hang to dry. As each item is handmade, there may be slight variations, making each piece one of a kind.

Our model wears a size S and is 5’11”. Garment measurements: S: Chest 48”, Length 23.5”, Sleeve from Neck 23.5”; M: Chest 52”, Length 24.5”, Sleeve from Neck 24.5.

From the maker: People are our priority. Design is our approach.

Art and design are a part of a culture's DNA. When we travel to other countries, we spend time taking in their museums and architecture while appreciating their contributions to the world as art, form and function. We are inspired. Even through modernization, a culture never loses its intrinsic creative DNA. These aspects of a society are treasured and praised. They are a visual documentation of a nation's history.

Nepal is a fiercely proud nation. Its daily existence is tightly woven into its history. You cannot walk down a street without seeing a religious artifact, a temple, or a textile that doesn't somehow tie back to Nepal's heritage. It is a beautiful testimony of the importance of art and design in Nepal's rich history.

MULXIPLY respects this heritage. We seek to honor the raw materials, the resourcefulness of its people, the tradition and the methods. We don't seek to change what doesn't need to be changed. There is beauty in this approach. While it may be slower than large factory production, it preserves the story and it honors the maker. We believe in the power of the artisan to solve visual problems. Creative thinking can in turn solve larger problems. In the 10 years we've been working in Nepal, we've seen a reemergence of the creative class with greater honor being given to those who forge a path in the arts. The impact in the local economy is felt from the ground up, and future generations of makers are honored as valued contributors to society.