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voidthebrand tee. pleasantly surprised. probably the best fitting tee I've worn yet

post #38012 of 46599
tell me more! i've been curious about those
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I bought a tank from toasty and while the sizing runs huge, the fabric is nice. Would buy again if they fit.

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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post
 

I bought a tank from toasty and while the sizing runs huge, the fabric is nice. Would buy again if they fit.

 

Careful, I bought a t-shirt from toasty once and it scrambled my phone and turned on all the lights in the house when I put it on.

post #38015 of 46599

Yeah size down. Long, slim body, fairly normal neck opening, raw hems. The one I got is made from 100% bamboo and feels pretty nice. They have all different kinds of cuts that allow for stacking/twisting/weird draping which looks cool sometimes and other times falls pretty flat. Might order a couple more and do some DIY stuff

 

why am I telling SF this I should guard my secrets

post #38016 of 46599
Interesting-- from the size charts, the tees actually seem to run small (at least the old ones did. the new j-shaped tees seem to run true-to-size). So you're saying your personal experience was they ran large?
post #38017 of 46599
18.5" chest is too big for a size S?
You people are mad, mad, MAD!

Luv u anyways.
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yo noob, thanks for posting this pic and including that comic-book on the right, just finished the first 20 and shit's awesome :slayer:

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The tees I bought last sale were all huge and I think that was apparent from the few photos I posted. I bought mediums.

However, the fabric from my feel seem to suggest a lot of shrinkage upon wash and dry. So, YMMV

I hesitate to give them another chance only because I still find $$ tees absurd. I still prefer the Everlane cut despite all the criticism. And some photos I posted show a high neckline, but it is just caused by the jacket/knit I am wearing that tugs at the shoulders, and forgetting to pull the sleeves / hem down,

Don't give in Bam! Stay with me on this side
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TGV ticket from Paris to Nice biggrin.gif

Why would anyone want to go to Nice??
post #38021 of 46599
lol. I think it's weird that y'all are finding VTB so much larger than the size charts suggest. I'll probably try one or two just for giggles.

I really like Everlane's black tees, though. The shade of black is really great, and the grey is pretty cool too. I wish they'd bring back the pale grey they had when they first started
post #38022 of 46599

well if you compare it to Rick tees that are like 15" chest in a large...for me the problem was more that it was too large at the hips, so instead of stacking it just looked like a dress. I will probably go to town with some scissors at some point and see if it can be made any better, if you're a 46+ it's probably not an issue

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wait til I come out with mine
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Originally Posted by octopandda View Post

Why would anyone want to go to Nice??

Need to burn through vacation time and money.
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Originally Posted by Bam!ChairDance View Post

lol. I think it's weird that y'all are finding VTB so much larger than the size charts suggest. I'll probably try one or two just for giggles.

I really like Everlane's black tees, though. The shade of black is really great, and the grey is pretty cool too. I wish they'd bring back the pale grey they had when they first started

I'm 6'2 and I had to return a VTB (new ones) size small tank back. It was a bit roomy up top around the chest, but was really really long. Even after "stacks" it was way long. I'm not accustomed to the cock-flap tanks out there, but this wasn't very flattering on me at all.

The size small curved seam VTB shirt fits me really well, wish they had more. Will probably try one of there current offerings in the near future.


I too agree that Everlanes black and old slate colored shirts were really awesome. The "Scoop neck" shirts now aren't even very scoopy. One of my old first run pocket t's have more of a scoop/u-neck than the current offerings.
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