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Reviewed by Marla J from Michigan on Friday, May 29, 2015
I ordered the beetroot in Medium. Normally, I am between a medium and large. This medium was way too big for me. I am a 34D, and this felt too big and not supportive enough in the bust. It also was too low at the armholes. Other than that, the color and fabric are nice.
Reviewed by Noellek22 from SD on Thursday, May 21, 2015
These socks are good quality and hold up nicely after washing. Their color is very vibrant and fun. The 2T/4T size fits my petite 21 mo old very well. Not sure they will last to 4T.. I would order them again!
Reviewed by Michael Stevens from Glendale, AZ on Monday, May 11, 2015
They are nice and soft with a comfy waistband. Good job of wicking the moisture but don't dry quite as quickly as other drawers made from synthetic blends. I think there's too much cotton in these to work as well as a synthetic. MUCH better than plain cotton underwear. Good enough that I bought a dozen for everyday wear to replace my cotton Fruit of the Looms.