Lappi Lappi UPF 50 Bamboo Contrast Women’s Fitted Polo Shirt
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- 100% Authentic Indigenous artwork
- Ethically & sustainably sourced Indigenous art
- Supports Indigenous employment & training
Our Fitted Polo Shirt is distinctively premium in look and feel as the fabric is infused with Bamboo fibre and features contrast piping and multi panel design. It is the perfect top to anchor your corporate look in an effortless, stylish way. For a smart-casual everyday look, pair this polo with straight-leg trousers or French Tuck it into some skinny jeans.
If you are looking for a more generous cut polo, we recommend our adults unisex polos.
Alanna wears a size 8 polo shirt.
Style: Women’s Fitted Polo Shirt
Fabric: Bamboo Charcoal Fibre, 100% Polyester UPF 50+
Washing: Turn the garment inside out. Gentle machine wash using cold or warm water to avoid shrinkage and colours running. Wash dark colours separately. Do not bleach. Line dry in shade. Cool iron only.
Artist: Florence Nungarrayi Tex
Story: Lappi Lappi
This painting depicts Lappi Lappi, a significant rock hole located near Lake Hazett. The rock role has always been important to local people, the Nampijinpa and Nangala peoples as it is a permanent water source surrounded by country rich with bush tucker.
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MEET THE ARTIST
Florence Nungarrayi Tex
Aboriginal Warlpiri woman
Florence enjoyed painting at school and began painting with Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation in 2018. She paints her Grandfather’s Lappi Lappi Jukurrpa (Lappi Lappi Dreaming), dreamings which relate directly to her land. She loves colour and uses an unrestricted palette to depict her traditional iconography.