Aboriginal Art Kids Unisex Polo Quandamooka, Sizes 8 - 12 only
Children's unisex polo shirt, made in cool-dry mesh.
Artist: Shara Delaney
The three main circles within this painting represent the three Quandamooka clan groups; namely Noonuccal, Gorenpul, and Ngugi clans.
The wavy lines emanating out from the clan circles are the flowing waters of the coastal regions. These lines also depict “connection lines to country and animals”. The motifs of fish, turtles and dolphins are totemic to the various clans and represent identity.
The soft blue colour palette of the painting echos the colours of the seas and coastal
regions of the Quandamooka.
SIZE & FIT: True to size.
FABRIC: Leightweight sports mesh 150gm, 100% Polyester Cool-Dry Mesh
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Clothing Measuring Guides
Measurements are to be taken one of two ways. Depending on the product size chart you will either:
1. Measure your body circumference at certain parts (eg. bust/chest, waist, hip) and match up to the size chart on the product page.
2. Measure some clothing you already own, compare it to the size charts on the product page. Width is measured whilst laying the garment flat on a table from under the sleeve across, length from collar to hem line.
Below are a list of the most commonly used product measuring terms.
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1. Bust: The measure around the body at the bust.
2. Underbust: The measurement around the body under the bust.
3. Waist: The measurement halfway between your lowest rib and the top of your hipbone, roughly in line with your belly button.
4. Hip: The measurement at the widest point of the hips.
Width A: Button up the shirt, lay it on a flat surface and measure across under the arms.
Length B: Lay the shirt flat and measure from the base of the collar to the bottom hem of the back side of the shirt.