Fabrication is what composes the fabric of the item. Fabrication is legally required on each garment sold in the USA and is listed like food ingredients, in order or largest amount to smallest of fiber content.
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Friday, December 4, 2009
Every season I find few of those amazing essential pieces and this week, I found winter's perfect T-shirt as Target in the maternity section of all places! No, it won't make you look pregnant. In fact the only thing maternity looking whatsoever about this T is that is is super long- perfect for layering under countless outfits this winter! I bought in in every color on the rack.
Criteria for the perfect T-Shirt:
1. First glance. Check!
How great does it look on that hanger? This Liz Lange T is a burnout material that is both stylish, but not soo burnt out that it will only last 5 washes. It comes in bright white, soft grey and deep pink ( pink threads woven with subtle black threads- very nice.)
2. Fit. Check!
A good t-shirt need to fit longer rather than wider. This particulaer T is extra long, falling midway down the bottom when fully stretched. The armholes need to be cut high enough to make an attractice cling across the bustline. V-neck or crew depends on your body type and preference. For example, I have narrow shoulders, making V-neck an ideal choice to visually enhance them.
3. Feel. Check!
The fabrication of a great always includes a goood blend of cottonm, preferably 60% or more. I prefer my T's preshrunk, but in this case, cost wins that argument. Such a deal.
4. Price. Check!
Only $12.99 online and currently reduced to HALF-PRICE in target stores NOW.
Check out this Perfect Layerable T-shirt at here !!