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Columbia Sportswear My Fair Layer Shirt - 3/4 Sleeve (For Women)

Closeouts. Let the experts do your layering for you in Columbia Sportswear's My Fair Layer shirt -- a superlight stretch cotton jersey with built-in tank showing at neckline and hem.

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  • Reviewed by Sonni from Pennsylvania on Saturday, April 13, 2013
    I like the colors and the fact that it has two layers. The material is comfortable. I'm sure I'll wear it often during the nice part of the year.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by bara from roanoke va on Wednesday, February 22, 2012
    This shirt has an awkward fit. The outer shell was true to size but the tank is too large. Will keep, but I need to make alterations to shorten the tank straps.
    • Best Uses: Casual
    • Cons: Doesn't fit properly
    • Pros: Nice Style
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JO from Denver, CO on Monday, January 30, 2012
    Nice looking and comfortable shirt- lightweight but with good coverage.
  • Reviewed by sumac from sc on Monday, December 12, 2011
    The cami layer is either not sized correctly or is sewn into the wrong part of the shirt. For the shoulders to fit & be placed correctly on the outer layer, the cami straps are way too long and out of proportion. Another reviewer said that someone with larger shoulders might could wear it - though I lift weights and have less-than-delicate (but not manly!) shoulders & deltoids, it still fits wierd.
    • Cons: Bad fit
    • Pros: Cute, Pretty fabric
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fitz fam from Nevada on Saturday, November 19, 2011
    I had been wanting on of these since they came out but was not about to pay full price, glad I didnt. Top is very nice however the cami ( attached) underneath seems a little too big for the top. I am small frame, so take that into consideration, but the cami straps will not stay on my shoulders, they keep falling down. Thinking of taking up the extra slack and putting a stitch or two in it to make it shorter.
    Ithink this would fit better on a full frame person, with wider shoulders and maybe taller mid section if that makes sense.
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