Introducing our hilarious and oh-so-relatable “I’m Sorry for what I said when I got my manuscript back from the editor” Crop Top! If you’re a writer, you know the rollercoaster of emotions that come with receiving your edited masterpiece, and this tee captures that sentiment perfectly.
📝 A Writer’s Apology in Style: This crop top is more than just a piece of clothing; it’s a confession, an apology, and a celebration all in one. Crafted for those who pour their heart and soul into their writing, only to have it meticulously edited.
🌟 Premium Quality Fabric: We believe that your apology deserves the best, which is why we’ve chosen a blend of 52% combed ring-spun cotton and 48% polyester. This mix ensures ultimate comfort, breathability, and durability, making it perfect for all-day wear.
🎨 Chic and Versatile: Available in classic white and refreshing green, our crop top complements any style or outfit. Whether you pair it with high-waisted jeans, shorts, or a skirt, you’ll effortlessly stand out.
🤣 A Conversation Starter: Get ready to share some laughs and writer’s woes with fellow wordsmiths. This tee is bound to spark conversations and unite writers around the world in their shared manuscript struggles.
🎁 Perfect Gift: Looking for a gift for the author or wordsmith in your life? This crop top is a witty and thoughtful choice. It’s also a fantastic treat for yourself, reminding you that your writing journey, complete with editor revisions, is worth celebrating.
🛍️ Various Sizes: We offer a range of sizes to ensure a comfortable fit for everyone. Please check our size chart to find your perfect fit.
Embrace the writer’s journey with a touch of humor and humility. Grab your “I’m Sorry for what I said when I got my manuscript back from the editor” Crop Top today and let your passion for writing shine, one witty tee at a time. It’s time to wear your writer’s heart on your sleeve—or rather, your crop top!
• product sourced from Nicaragua, the US, or Honduras
This product is made especially for you as soon as you place an order, which is why it takes us a bit longer to deliver it to you. Making products on demand instead of in bulk helps reduce overproduction, so thank you for making thoughtful purchasing decisions!