Our ultra soft cotton and cotton blend tees with baseball raglan sleeve styling is super comfortable for all day wear.The fun holiday sleeve pattern is sure to bring a smile to even the grinchiest grinch.Easy care for you, easy wear for him.And no scratchy neck due to our printed label that has a not-so-secret positive message on it too.And can’t we all use a little extra happy every day?
Our antique red reindeer, green and blue snowflakes and a whole lot of whimsey decorate our Red and Green Nordic patterned Raglan.A pop of red color shows up on the crew neck band.The main body fabric is white which means the dressing options are limitless … as long as it’s merry.
If cold weather had a signature pattern, the Red and Black Buffalo Check print would be the “it”.It just feels cozy.We paired the print with solid black fabric on the body. When cosy and comfortable rule the day, this shirt is the one to tag along.
A cute partner to our Red and White Stripe raglan (for when the holiday photo doesn’t need to be so matchy).Our bright green and white striped fabric sleeve has the solid green body and a white contrast color.It’s adorable for Christmas and he can wear it for St. Patricks Day too!
Sugar plums and candy canes dance in our head when we see this little sweetie.A bright and cheerful red solid colored body with the striped sleeves make this an adorable holiday favorite.As a bonus, this red will look equally adorable when cupid comes along in February!
Why You’ll Love it
Baseball styling with double hemmed baseball length sleeve - because we know boys!
Fabric covered neck seam gives a finished look and is more comfy
Fun patterns are perfect for cooler weather and holiday wear
Each shirt comes with an affirmation for your amazing prince. Look for it in the tagless neck label.
These unistyle shirts look adorable on princes and princesses!
What do Christmas and baseball shirts have in common?Roger Ebert, the famous movie critic reviewed the classic baseball movie “The Sandlot” (in which raglan baseball-look shirts were worn throughout), and gave it the same rating as another classic movie, “A Christmas Story” and compared the two.He pointed out the similar themes of being young in a particular time in history and boys doing their best to figure out how to get what they wanted in challenging circumstances.Can we add heartwarming and funny in here too, Roger?