Paul Weller Montage T-Shirt Ladies
We suggest sizing up on small and medium sizes if you prefer a more relaxed fit.
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Mens Tshirt Colour Chart
Mens Tshirt Size Chart
MENS T-SHIRT SIZE CHART
- Pre-shrunk to minimise shrinkage
- All measurements taken in inches - Pit to Pit & Collar to Hem
Small - Pit to Pit 17" - Collar to Hem 28"
Medium - Pit to Pit 19" - Collar to Hem 29"
Large - Pit to Pit 21" - Collar to Hem 30"
XLarge - Pit to Pit 23" - Collar to Hem 31"
XXLarge - Pit to Pit 25" - Collar to Hem 32"
3XLarge - Pit to Pit 28" - Collar to Hem 33"
Paul Weller Montage T-Shirt
This Paul Weller Montage T-Shirt has been drawn by Mark Reynolds in pencil. It features a montage of classic Paul Weller images.
Features a crew neck and short sleeves
Ladies T-Shirt Features:
- Semi-fitted contoured silhouette with side seams
- Taped neck and shoulders
- 1,2cm collar
- Twin needle sleeve and bottom hem
Paul Weller (born 25 May 1958) is an English musician and singer-songwriter. Starting with the band The Jam (1976–1982), Weller went on to branch out musically to a more soulful style with The Style Council (1983–1989). In 1991 he established himself as a successful solo artist, and continues to remain a respected singer, lyricist and guitarist. Despite widespread critical recognition, Paul Weller has remained a national rather than an international star, and much of his songwriting is rooted in English culture. He is also the principal figure of the 1970s and 80s mod revival and is often referred to as the Modfather.
On 24 February 2010, Paul received the Godlike Genius Award at the NME Awards. His 2010 album, Wake Up the Nation, released in April, was met with critical acclaim and subsequently nominated for the Mercury Music Prize. The album also marked his first collaboration with The Jam’s bassist Bruce Foxton in 28 years. In May 2010 Weller was presented with the Ivor Novello Lifetime Achievement award, saying “I’ve enjoyed the last 33 years I’ve been writing songs and hopefully, with God’s good grace, I’ll do some more.” A video clip of The Jam preforming “Going Underground” can be found here