Wondering what a henley top is? A Henley shirt is a pullover shirt without a collar. It usually has a round neckline and a placket which is a few centimetres long. And the placket usually has 2- 5 buttons. It's bascially a polo shirt with no collar and is typically considered to be menswear. But hey us girls look better than men in most things, even suits. So why not give henley tops a go! The henley shirt is traditionally short sleeved. But there are also long sleeve henley shirts. The shirt is casual and is made in either cotton or a cotton-polyester blend.
Henley shirts are often used as thermals and you can certainly wear your cosy henley shirt to bed. Henley shirts are for the most part casual but you can make it business attire as well. If you wear a ribbed henley style there are plenty of options. You can wear the short sleeve henley with shorts or team it with a midi skirt for the office. Like most shirts the henley looks good teamed with your favourite jeans and chunkies. If you dig the henley there are loads of lewks. We have v-neck henleys for an evening look or scoop neck pastels for the day.
We have great value henley shirts from NA-KD that start from just £11.95 making them ideal for a holiday wardrobe. Your henley shirt is guaranteed to wear well. But when you think your henley has seen better days, team it with shorts for cosy nightwear. There is express delivery available on all womens tops and fashion. Don't forget that delivery is fast, climate compensated and free. As are returns. You'll get 10% off first orders. But hey all you have to do is tell your friends about NA-KD, and your friends will get 20% off their order and you will too.
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