The Virtue and Vice Bowling Shirt
Originally released with our Cairofornication Collection, this design was inspired by La Grande Odalisque (which means: Harem Women), an oil painting by Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres, dated 1814. This painting represented the artist’s break from Neoclassicism to Exotic Romanticism, as well as the beauty of women of the Orient. We depicted her lying outdoors, in a garden (plants were often used in European paintings as metaphors for virtue and vice).
This design is featured on an off-white/cream color oversized bowling shirt. This shirt is an oversized fit, we recommend you to order a size down from your usual size if you’d like it a standard fit.
Front pocket with a flower embroidery
Back design silk screen printed
100% Egyptian Cotton