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Regular price $68.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $68.00 USD


Size: 20
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Pickup available at 1529 Venables Street

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Product Description

This shirt screams fearless! As a young child, Steph Buckley was always pushing the limits. She insisted on jumping into the depths of the Atlantic Ocean without fear, and without a life jacket. It wasn't long before her family gave her the nickname "shark bait" 

Today the shark is simply a metaphor tattooed on her arm, but she continues to push boundaries. Steph is a licenced barber, a member of the LGBTQ+ community and Reuzel Scumbassador and educator.  She is the shop owner of Society Salon & Barber in Rhode Island and is crushing stereotypes in the barbering industry, one fresh cut at a time. 

Made using a patented body block built for bodies, not gender. Designed to create a slight a-frame shape to fit snugger on the shoulders and looser around the hips.

  • 100% printed cotton poplin
  • Gently tailored and relaxed PDL Alpha fit
  • Button-down collar
  • Easily removable box pleat at the back for size adjustments
  • Double-stitched matte horn buttons
  • Flat-felled seams (typically found in denim)
  • Inner front pocket (outline visible from front)

      Returns/ Exchanges

      For Returns and Exchanges - Please read our full R+E policy in our info section. Here

      We offer a period of 15 days from when you receive your item for returns/exchanges.

      Items bought on sale are only eligible for an exchange or return for store credit. *anything over 60% off is final.


      All our fabrics are UPCYCLED so for the care of the environment and the garment we always encourage cold water washing and hang drying of all of our clothes. Due to the nature of the fabric some shrinkage may occur poplin will be on the lower side with flannel around 2-5% so we reccomend sizing up!

      Did you know that how we take care of our clothes after we buy them, like washing and drying contributes to 50-80% of the carbon footprint of the garment.

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