We created this beautiful long-sleeve tee based on the success of our faygeleh tank top! Comprised of 100% plush organic cotton that gets softer with each wash, this top is perfect to wear year-round to show off your Pride.
In Yiddish, faygeleh can be used to mean homosexual. It hasn't always had the most positive connotation, so we created this as an act of reclamation, empowerment and pride. The english and yiddish featured are handwritten by a beloved bubuleh friend.
This top is produced in a WRAP-Certified, Fair-Trade Certified, wind-mill powered facility that uses an environmentally-friendly dyeing process. To further reduce waste, inventory is very limited.
• His / Hers / Theirs Unisex fit
• 100% American Grown Supima® Cotton
• Ribbed, snug cuffs
• Pre-shrunk and treated to ensure minimal shrinkage
We offer flat rate domestic shipping and free shipping for orders over $125, and all orders generally ship within 2-4 days. All of our orders ship carbon neutral, meaning that we pay to offset the carbon footprint of your order through supporting certified sustainability initiatives around the globe. Click here to learn more.
And what if you order the wrong size or change your mind? It happens to the best of us, don't worry!
We offer free and easy returns and exchanges within 30 days as long as the clothing is still in its original condition. For more information, please visit our detailed FAQ page.
We’re a sustainable, genderless clothing brand that celebrates collective values, ancestries and cultures, while simultaneously celebrating our unique, individual selves - both holding enormous importance in our lives.
In that sense, bubuleh is about escape and belonging all at once. We’re the halfway point between that feeling of warmth and security that comes with being around close friends and family in your comfort zone, and that risk and excitement that comes when you step out of that comfort zone.
We strive to create plotz-worthy fashion by putting older practices, ideas and aesthetics into conversation with newer ones. Though we derive our inspiration from Jewish heritage, culture, and Yiddish, we intentionally craft our clothing for everyone to wear.