Yes Sir I Can Boogie T-Shirt
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Crafted from 100% organic cotton, this super soft t-shirt is hand-printed at our Bedfordshire studio using non-toxic inks.
Yes Sir I Can Boogie Oversized Retro Slogan T-Shirt - Vintage Yes Sir I Can Boogie Oversized Retro Slogan T-Shirt - Vintage
This means your details are encrypted using the latest SSL technology before being forwarded to your bank for approval. The purchase process was really easy and I got a lovely note and a free tote bag along with my T-Shirt! RCA Records executive Leone Deane discovered them in Fuerteventura where they were singing traditional flamenco songs and dancing in front of tourists.Navy, cotton T-shirt with white print of dancing kilted figures and a classic piper figure in the middle. Printed in racing green on organic cotton and inspired than the 77 hit by Baccara "Yes sir I can boogie". I would have sized up for a true oversize fit, and the material is not as vintage feeling as described (or the print).
Yes Sir I Can Boogie Tshirt - Etsy UK
For the disco divas, our Yes sir I can Boogie t-shirt is the perfect piece that brings comfort and "cool" to your wardrobe. Printed digitally directly onto the garment, which means instead of cracking graphics you'll get a super soft vintage fade making it feel like it was straight outta the 70's. Printed digitally directly on the garment which means instead of cracking graphics you'll get a super soft vintage fade making it feel like it was straight outta the 70's.
I keep getting comments on how cool it looks but also, it just describes me perfectly so I had to have it!
Yes Sir, I Can Boogie T-Shirt - Mens from Punk Football UK Yes Sir, I Can Boogie T-Shirt - Mens from Punk Football UK
Available in two colourways - black with a classic white print, or black with a metallic silver print.After Scotland qualified for the Euro 2020, ending 22 years of hurt without a major tournament, the song grew in popularity even more so in Scotland! The song, originally released by Spanish duo Baccara in 1977, was written by Frank Dostal and Rolf Soja.