In 1939, the British government produced a poster that simply said "Keep Calm and Carry On". It was propaganda to keep the citizenry at ease while war was being waged. The funny thing is that the Queen and her cohorts were profiting from the war while bombs were being dropped on innocent people's heads. This shirt is just another fine spoof of that poster that never was distributed to the public. Another great example of government bureaucracy.
5.3 oz., 100% cotton pre-shrunk jersey knit (unless otherwise noted)
Seamless double-needle ⅞" collar, taped neck and shoulders
Double-needle sleeve and bottom hems
Quarter-turned to eliminate center crease
|Body Length at Back||28||29||30||31||32||33|
|Sleeve Length from Center Back||15.625||17||18.5||20||21.5||22.88|