60s Bardon Acrylic Poor Boy Striped Green Men’s Shirt Small



Chest 19 in.

Length 23 in.

Content: 100% acrylic

Tag Brand: Bardon

This classic poor boy shirt dates back to the 1960s, and was a very popular style during the era. It got its quirky name from its skinny, small, and tight fit. People would joke that you looked like you couldn’t afford a fitting shirt because poor boy shirts and sweaters were so fitted.

Poorboy styles marked the end of psychedelic mod styles as it ushered in a new era of natural earth tones of the 60s counterculture and hippie movement. The skin-tight fit and too-small style of poor boys is seeing in revival in Y2K fashions like baby doll dresses and baby tees.

This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult small.