My Country Shirts

My Country Shirts

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Go to the top of the class when it comes to smart casual dressing with this stylish shirt. 

Dress your little one in culture. Pair their new favourite shirt with shorts, trousers or jeans to complete the look and you're good to go. This item is a dress wear staple, made with premium quality. This shirt is sure to be a hit!

Comfortable and stylish, this short sleeve shirt is made from quality materials with vivid colours. It is lightweight and soft. Constructed from 100% Cotton fabric, its breathable and great on your little one’s skin. 

The perfect gift. Is someone's birthday coming up? The My Country Shirt will make the perfect birthday or Christmas gift. It is comfortable, fun, and very affordable. Get your little one their own shirt or buy one for a friend!

We've replaced the press stud with plastic snaps so they won't rust. It also makes teaching your little one how to dress themselves much easier. Not to mention how easy for quick to remove clothing in the case of a quick changes. 

Available in sizes 0-3 Months (000) only.

Artwork by Maureen Nampijinpa Hudson.

Maureen Nampijinpa Hudson was born on the 13th August 1959 in the bush at Mount Barkley cattle station. Today, the cattle station is called Yuelmu and is  Aboriginal owned. Maureen attended school at the Yuendumu settlement in the 1960's she returned to Mount Allen and worked as a school teacher's assistant.

Maureen began painting in 1981. She is an accomplished artist and is a respected member of her community. Her first love is painting, which she refers to, as culture art. Maureen's artworks depict traditional Warlpirri Dreamtime stories. Her paintings originate rom Warlukulongu - her father's and grandfather's country. Her ancestral Dreaming's include emu, fire, and women's ceremones, which have been passed down from her mother's involvement in traditional ceremony.

100% Aboriginal owned and operated business.

Locally hand made on Dharawal country on the South Coast of New South Wales.