The message is simple. No Soca, No Life.
This organic cotton t-shirt dress is one of the premium product must-haves—it's comfortable, stylish, and organic. Style it with leggings, a belt, a denim jacket, or wear it alone, it'll look great anyway.
• 100% organic ring-spun cotton
• Fabric weight: 5.3 oz/yd² (180 g/m²)
• Single jersey
• Medium fit
• Set-in sleeves
• 1×1 rib at collar
• Wide double-needle topstitch on sleeve and bottom hem
• Self-fabric neck tape (inside, back of the neck)
We SocaSoca simply means the (So)ul of (Ca)lypso, however the name has nothing to do with the fusion of American Soul music and Calypso, as Soca is rhythmically a fusion of African/Calypso and East Indian rhythms. Soca's history is multi-faceted. Lord Shorty, its inventor, initially spelled his musical hybrid as 'sokah'. "I never spelt it s-o-c-a. It was s-o-k-a-h to reflect the East Indian influence." The s-o-c-a spelling quickly became the popular spelling after a journalist, Ivor Ferreira, interviewed Shorty for an article that was published during the 1976 Trinidad Carnival season. The article was titled "Shorty is Doing Soca" and so s-o-c-a quickly became the accepted spelling for this new modern style of Calypso music. -Wikipedia
|Body Length (inches)||33 ¾||34 ⅝||35 ⅜||36 ¼||36 ⅝|
|Chest Width (inches)||18 ¼||19 ¼||20 ½||21 ⅝||22 ¾|
|Sleeve Length (inches)||7 ½||7 ½||7 ⅞||7 ⅞||8 ¼|