Which way of describing a women's t-shirt is grammatically correct out of the following two descriptions? 'A white women's t-shirt featuring a flowery design.' or 'A women's white t-shirt featuring a flowery design'.
I think 'white women's t-shirt' is correct as I read it as a women's t-shirt which is white but my colleagues disagree as they read it as a t-shirt for white women.
Any help help settling this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.