Women's Mad Hatter t-shirt Alice in Wonderland UK
Women's Mad Hatter t-shirt UK
Product code: WMHS
Inspired by the Alice in Wonderland story, this printed Mad Hatter t-shirt features Art on Attire's replicate pencil drawing of the Mad Hatter. Inspired by artist John Tenniel's drawing of the Mad Hatter in the book Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, authored by Lewis Carroll.
Feminine cut Mad Hatter t-shirt: tapered slightly at the waist, slightly tapered neck and shoulders
Quality, long-lasting fade resistant DTG print on Mad Hatter t-shirt. Printed in the UK
Original print on front of Mad Hatter t-shirt. Back of t-shirt: plain
Excellent quality 100% ringspun cotton Mad Hatter tee. Breathable t-shirt fabric
Comfortable and easy to move in Mad Hatter shirt (great for dance, fitness and general wear)
Mad Hatter t-shirt is soft to the touch
Crew neck Mad Hatter t-shirt
Short sleeved Mad Hatter tee
Machine washable Mad Hatter shirt
Women's Mad Hatter t-shirt sizes available:
S (UK women's dress size 8-10)
M (UK 10-12)
L (UK 12-14)
XL (UK 14-16)
XXL (UK 18-20)
If unsure about which size Mad Hatter t-shirt to buy, it is advisable to purchase the next size up, as this t-shirt is fitted rather than loose fitting.
Material composition of Mad Hatter t-shirt:
100% Ringspun cotton t-shirt, 144gsm
Care instructions for Mad Hatter t-shirt:
Do not rub print on Mad Hatter t-shirt
Wash Mad Hatter t-shirt on the hand wash, or wool wash setting in a washing machine:
Wash Mad Hatter t-shirt inside out
Use gentle laundry liquid
Cool iron Mad Hatter shirt inside out
Do not dry clean Mad Hatter tee
Do not bleach Mad Hatter t-shirt
Do not tumble dry Mad Hatter shirt
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Art on Attire™'s copyright of the drawing printed onto this Mad Hatter t-shirt is registered with, and protected by the UK Government's Intellectual Property Office (IPO).
About the Mad Hatter in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
The Mad Hatter is a fictitious character in the novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), and its sequel Through the Looking-Glass (1871). Both of these books were written by Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, under the pen name Lewis Carroll. Dodgson named the character the Hatter in his book, but the character is commonly known as the Mad Hatter by audiences of the story.
The Mad Hatter appears in chapter 7 (entitled 'A Mad Tea-Party') of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, where he is one of the members of the Mad Tea Party, having tea with the March Hare.
When Alice meets the Mad Hatter at the tea party, he recites poetry, changes where he is sat at the table frequently, and says riddles. The Hatter asks Alice a riddle: "why is a raven like a writing desk?" Alice is unable to guess the answer to this riddle, to which the Hatter responds: "I haven't the slightest idea!"
John Tenniel's artwork in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland show the Hatter wearing a large top hat, that has a hat band that reads 'In this style 10/6'. The numbers 10 and 6 are the price of the hat- 10 shillings and 6 pennies.
The phrase 'mad as a hatter' was common in Dodgson's day. Dodgson grew up in Stockport, and hat making was the main trade there. In the 1800s, mercury was used in the manufacture of hats, and mercury caused neurological damage, so Hatters often appeared deranged and lots died prematurely. The Hatter in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, however, does not display the symptoms of mercury poisoning.