Reviewed by Lmae from Draper, UT on Thursday, March 01, 2012
I bought several of these nice shirts. They are not boxy, but not tight fitting either. Plus, I like how the sleeves are not up around my shoulders, which in my opinion, breaks the line and doesn't look good if you have the least bit of flab underneath the arms. Just wish the colors were a little br...
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Reviewed by Boingercat from New York on Tuesday, May 27, 2014
I love the fabric, style and cut of this shirt. It does run small overall. I am a size 4 in tops, and this shirt in the brown color just fit--any smaller and I would have had to return it. I did have one problem with this shirt. The sleeves are very, very tight around the bottom (where the color band is). I have super-skinny arms, so this was a surprise. I washed it and then line-dried it, stretching the sleeves a bit and they're fine now. I'm hoping it was just this particular shirt. I just ordered another one in a different color; hoping it fits well, too!
Reviewed by Elle Mo from Iowa on Saturday, August 10, 2013
It's difficult to distinguish in photos, but this item's neckline actually consists of variegated layers of raw edged fabric. I really liked the color combinations and it seemed to be not top quality but still fairly well made and unique in design, all of which holds true. I do also wash and dry clothing in such a manner as to not ever have problems with shrinkage or distortion. But after just one washing the raw edge layers around the front neckline changed shape to appearing as if pulled out of kilter, like maybe it was used to support a bowling ball or something - or maybe worn by someone whose head is beach ball sized - neither of which occurred. It's not been pulled on in any way. Final result, the lower third of the neckline protrudes outward 1/4" or more. I've not ever returned an item after washing - until now.
Reviewed by Jemma from CA on Tuesday, August 21, 2012
First, the Evening Sand color is not a light tan as it is in the picture, but instead is more of a light peach/pink. I decided to keep the two shirts I have anyway. The organic cotton feels great, was a decent price, and though some don't like the shaggy material on the neckline and sleeves, I actually like it. The problem I have with these shirts is 1) they are thin enough that a sports bra or tank top does not look good underneath them, and 2) after a couple of washes, they have more of a boxy fit. I wish they were longer and had more of a slim fit. I'm torn on whether or not to send these back.
Reviewed by magpie from bay area, ca on Saturday, March 31, 2012
I got two, both are going back; the neckline accents of different contrasting colors looked good in the picture but QA must have been asleep on the two I got. Mine were sloppy and looked odd with varying widths of the material. The material was on the thin side as well, (but would be a good summer weight shirt if I were keeping).