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Desert Sun Tee
Desert Sun Tee
Desert Sun Tee
Desert Sun Tee

Anna

Desert Sun Tee

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Living in San Diego, we love to retreat East for the vast, quiet lands of the desert.  Seemingly devoid of life, my first trip to the desert was spent in awe of life's ability to grow in such extreme conditions. The desert holds a special place in my heart and I created this shirt as an ode to that desert magic .

100% Cotton || Sweatshop Free

Quality garments start at the thread level - that's why we only use shirts from the best brands to use as our canvases.  We choose not just by the quality of the shirt, but also by the integrity of their business practices.


SIZING

Taylor is shown wearing a cropped size large and a full length medium. Choose your style - a cropped raw hem or full length tee. 

Together we have planted over 1,500 trees with our partner One Tree Planted.

Because even something you order for yourself should be special. We choose to send all orders in compostable packaging, either made from corn starch or cardboard. Our corn starch mailers are home compostable and break down into carbon dioxide, water, and organic fertilizer in about 90-180 days.

Conventional plastic mailers can take decades or even centuries to break down. When they do finally break down, tiny bits of microplastics are released into the environment. No thank you!

Read more about our sustainability journey here.

• Every product purchased from Lucid Muse plants at least 1 tree 🌱

Together we have planted over 1,500 trees with our partner One Tree Planted.

• 5% of our sales go towards promoting equality 🌏

• All orders come gift wrapped in compostable packaging

Because even something you order for yourself should be special. We choose to send all orders in compostable packaging, either made from corn starch or cardboard. Our corn starch mailers are home compostable and break down into carbon dioxide, water, and organic fertilizer in about 90-180 days.

Conventional plastic mailers can take decades or even centuries to break down. When they do finally break down, tiny bits of microplastics are released into the environment. No thank you!

Read more about our sustainability journey here.