Flattery doesn't have to be fancy to work its charm. Take this simple hi-lo hem tank. Made from a light, fluttery fabric with a godet inset in back, it offers graceful movement and a flaring shape that gives your curves a complementary skim.
Double V-neck with back strap
Godet inset in back
Extreme hi-lo hem
EXTREME HI-LO HEM WOVEN TANK- PEACOCK
I bought this top for a night out. I planned to use it with black leggings and a blazer over it. I'm usually a small, so i didn't think to try it on. When I got home to coordinate my outfit i found it to be waaaaay to tight on the bust. I am average 36c. I've never really had this problem so i took it back and tried on a medium but it was still tighter from the top than it should be. So I tried on the Large and it fit just like i wanted it to. Can't wait to use it!
February 28, 2013
I am a 36C/D depending on the bra. and i could NOT get this shirt on! there is NO stretch whatsoever. that means, even if you don't have the big-bust problem, you better be happy with your "muffin top" area because it's going to squeeze around any fat you've got elsewhere, too. this would look great on girls with a standard model body type though, as we can clearly see on the lovely model!
January 1, 2013
A swing and a miss
This shirt fits crazy. I'm usually a medium, so I tried on a medium...or at least I tried to try on a medium. It was so tight around my chest (I'm a 36DD) that I couldn't even get it all the way on. So I tried on a large and it absolutely DROWNED me. It hung way low around my armpits and there was a ton of fabric hanging around my butt.
I bought it anyway because I thought the color was pretty. I think I will try to belt it over a sparkle cami and wear it with shorts or jeggings when it gets a little warmer. But seriously, do not buy this before you try it on because you will very likely order the wrong size.
December 16, 2012
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