Bombay Shirt Company Print Collaboration
Introducing our 'Lucky Charm' collection of Limited Edition shirts for Bombay Shirt Company. Launching at a time when we could all use some luck, the three playful and summery designs are inspired by the idea of wearing your luck on your sleeve - quite literally!
The Bombay Shirt Company
Founded in 2012, Bombay Shirt Company custom make all shirts to your unique size and style, allowing all elements of the shirt to be customised which is pretty cool. Here's what they had to say about the collaboration.
"Working with Safomasi has been a dream. From conceptualising the designs to launching the collection, it's been such a great experience. Bombay Shirt Company has always encouraged people to channel their individuality, so collaborating with a brand like Safomasi that creates fun, original, one-of-a-kind designs was a no-brainer.
We hope this feel-good, 'Lucky Charms' collection spreads some positivity and good cheer to everyone that wears it."
- Bhavana Singh, Bombay Shirt Company
'Lucky Cat' Shirt
Believed to bring good luck, and in particular wealth and prosperity, the beckoning 'Lucky Cat' maneki-neko is a popular figurine in Japan and across East Asia, and who doesn't want a little luck in that department?
Pink 'Fingers Crossed' Shirt
Crossing your fingers is a common hand gesture to wish for the best. The Fingers Crossed shirt, printed allover with this symbol of good luck is designed to be a fun (and hopefully lucky!) addition to your wardrobe.
Green 'Horseshoe' Shirt
Horseshoes have long been known as lucky and protective charm. If the horseshoe is facing upwards it's said to mean that luck stays with you, but if it faces downwards it flows out onto others. Our print features them both up and down, for good measure.
Shop all limited edition Lucky Charm shirts on bombayshirts.com with 20% using code: BSC+Safomasi
If you're unsure about sizing or customisation options, do get in touch with the team at Bombay Shirt Company who are happy to help you create your perfect shirt!