Vegetable Print Peek-A-Boo Tee

Why settle for a humdrum T-shirt with ONE crew neck when you can have the thrill of FIVE of them? Ever the innovator of the unnecessary, Larry Krone has answered the question of “what won’t they think of next!” The bottom line is this shirt is remarkably wearable and flatteringly adaptable to all genders and most body types!

Larry sewed this vegetable print peek-a-boo tee from a bizarre and beautiful garden vegetable sublimation print from Todd Oldham’s 1990’s collection archives. He then cut big holes in the fabric and lined the cut-outs with repurposed ribbed crew necks salvaged from the remains of his Flashdance-inspired neckline treatments. Using multi-colored embroidery floss, Larry then lovingly hand-stitched the crew necks into place using his patented decorative and functional double reverse integrated blanket stitch. These couture cut-outs are placed in a vertical parade that goes up the front, over the head, and down the back of the shirt.

For the beautifully bodacious among us, the cut-outs expose one’s cleavage/chest, lovely head/face, and center of their upper back—in that order! Those who are powerfully petite will find the upper cut-outs sexily placed in the center of their chest, while the lower cut-outs will go somewhere around their waistband or possibly below that. Have fun layering or just letting it all hang out!

Edition of 1.

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100% polyester knit cotton ribbed crew necks


Chest — 48 inches

Length — 25 inches


Hand wash