The Bamboo Tee is made in a Bamboo Jersey. 95% Bamboo and 5% Spandex
For me the whole reason behind designing Zilpah Tart garments is to make women look good and feel confident. I love using beautiful colours and patterns through my prints, and shapes that fit and flatter the body. One of my favourite sayings is ‘Be a flamingo in a flock of pigeons.’ That’s what Zilpah Tart is about.
“The unique and beautiful imagery make me incredibly happy. The compliments are a nice extra!” – Monique, Canberra
Stretch jersey means you can move freely and unrestricted, staying comfortable all day. There’s time for discomfort!
“They are beautiful and so comfortable. The fabric is so stretchy!” – Caitlin, Canberra
We’re all busy. I know I don’t have time for clothes with picky washing instructions and I’m sure you don’t either. Simple throw them in the washing machine with everything else.
Versatile designs that you can dress up or down to suit your occasion. Add a jacket and wear to work, add sandals on the weekend, or add some heals and jewellery for a wedding, party or event.
How do I choose my best size?
Check our size chart for your best size. Because the fabric is very stretchy, the designs tend to be fairly free fitting and will stretch to fit the body. Many customers are able to wear two sizes comfortably eg. a size 10 and 12. I receive a lot of inquiries for size advice from women who normally buy both say 12 and 14 and are unsure which size to select. My advice is to choose the 12 if you prefer a firmer fit, or a 14 if you would prefer a not so firm fit. And as always, if you would like some advice about sizing, feel free to send me an email at email@example.com
Can I exchange it if I find it is not the right size?
Yes! I am more than happy to exchange your purchase for you if you find it’s not quite the right size. Once the incorrect size is returned, I will make the correct size for you. Send me an email if you need further information.
About these Prints
All of the exclusive fabric prints are designed by the Designer, Yumi Morrissey. She takes photographs of the places and things that inspire her design and turns them into beautiful, fun, digital patterns. These prints tell stories and create connections to the women who wear them. For more information about the prints click here.
The Mayana Print was designed using a photograph of Coleus/Mayana plants at a local nursery in Canberra.