Thread Tank Say Yes to New Adventures Women’s Relaxed T-Shirt Tee Charcoal Grey Medium
Thread Tank Say Yes to New Adventures Women's Relaxed T-Shirt Tee Charcoal Grey Medium
- STYLE: A must-have comfortable and RELAXED FIT, SUPER SOFT blends of cotton/polyester with CREW NECKLINE, SHORT SLEEVES.
- SIZE AND FIT: If you are between sizes, PLEASE CHOOSE A SIZE UP. Model is 5'7" and wearing a size small. [NOTE: The generic Amazon size chart above differs from this item.] REFER TO SIZING CHART IN IMAGES
- OCCASION: Casual/Semi Formal/Work/School/Beach/Outdoors.
- DESIGN: Breathable front printed graphic. CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Machine Wash/Tumble Dry/No Bleach.
- Designed and MADE in USA
THREAD TANK "STORIES YOU CAN WEAR" for Her & Him. We offer the most comfortable tops with a story behind every design. Our story goes back to the root of everyday wear with a focus on fit and commitment to quality. Printed on our signature relaxed crew tee. Style effortlessly with this super comfy top. You can layered this tee with almost any outfit for a casual day outing or semi-formal night event. You’ll want to stock up on this most comfortable top, perfectly crafted blends of cotton that will be your all-time favorite. There’s only one word to describe this tee: Gorgeous! Destined to be a wardrobe staple especially with the versatility for layering. A fashion go-to when you’re either dressing up or down. The tee doesn’t cling to your body. The look is flattering and drapes elegantly on most body types. A tee that works with any body type? This has to be an all-time favorite! S (2-6): Bust-36” (91cm); Length-25.25” (65cm); Sleeves-7.75” (19.5cm) M (6-10): Bust-39” (99cm); Length-26” (66cm); Sleeves-8.25” (21cm) L (10-14): Bust-42” (107cm); Length-26.75” (68cm); Sleeves-8.75” (22cm) XL (14-18): Bust-47” (119cm); Length-27.5” (70cm); Sleeves-9.5” (24cm) 2XL (18-22): Bust-52” (132cm); Length-28.25” (72cm); Sleeves-10.25” (26cm) Designed and Proudly Made in the USA. Premium Crafted Tees We design the composition of each knit to make sure the fit and feel is the best you’ve ever worn. Your Story Starts Here Every design is made in house with a story in mind. Whether it’s finding the perfect tee to represent who you are or finding the perfect gift for that special someone. You’ll surely find what you’re looking for in our lineup of unique designs. What is your story? The pen is in your hands, the rest is still unwritten.
Thread Tank Say Yes to New Adventures Women's Relaxed T-Shirt Tee Charcoal Grey Medium
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