Women's Long Sleeve Relaxed Supima Crew T-shirt
Everything is fine except it's tight on the arms...
I know I don't have lean arms.... This T is tight on the forearm. I'm 5'2" 130lbs, not way overweight but still not slim. Anyway, the color is good, the fabric is good, the cut is generous... Just the forearm is a little tight on me. Still keeping it for the sale price...
April 2, 2014
This garment runs very large
March 2, 2014
washed once, has a hole in it
The fabric is soft, but this may be a bit too thin. I washed it once and as I hung it on the drying rack, I noticed a hole in it. It hasn't even been through the dryer at all. I wanted to keep it, but if it is going to get holes in it after just one wash, it is not going to work. My recommendation is to wash and dry these immediately after you get get them and look closely for holes.
Watch the quality, Lands' End. Quality is important.
January 29, 2014
Great fit, love the color, bought on sale: what's not to like?
I looked a various long sleeved knit shirts, read all the reviews, and followed the size chart. I chose the purple top. I love the Supima cotton, very soft. I suspect that with gentle washing and just in the dryer for about 10 minutes, then hanging to dry, this really nice shirt will continue to be a favorite for some time.
January 25, 2014
Soft soft soft!
Just received today so I have not laundered it yet. I tried it on immediately and it is incredibly soft and oh so comfortable! I purchased the tidewater- a dusty green color-beautiful! It is roomy and long enough to hide the rear. I am back to lookf for additional colors-will wear often.
January 6, 2014
Nice fabric, but too long for a petite!
I've been buying the Supima "relaxed" knit shirts for probably as long as they've been available. My weight HAS fluctuated through the years, and I used to order the Petite Large, but in recent years I've been buying a Petite Medium, and they have been fine in the "relaxed" style - not too baggy in the shoulders and chest, yet loose enough in the hips to wear out over twills or jeans; probably not corduroys, but I never wear shirts out with those anyhow :) . I ordered this number style in charcoal gray and a dark green called Blackbird. Both fit the same - fine in the shoulder, neck, and chest, but too long in the sleeves and shirt length. With sleeves on a knit shirt, you can of course easily fold them up, but with the length my only solution is to wear the shirt tucked in - or wear it with the Lands' End Polarfleece vests, which are also a bit longish for petites. I used to be 5'4", but as I've aged I have shrunk to maybe 5'3" - but, still, that would still put me at the top end of the "petite" range.
December 1, 2013