The Pilvi shirt is made of crispy cotton in the Iso Papajo pattern. The shirt has a concealed zipper in the back neckline. The shirt is longer in the back than in the front and it has a rounded hemline with side slits. The A-line shirt has a slim fit.
During her trip to Mexico in 1964, Annika Rimala became inspired by the Maya civilization. Carvings found in Mayan temples gave her the idea for the Papajo (papaya) pattern.