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Banter Tee

Rated 4 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by cute despite fading I wish I'd paid more attention to what other reviewers said about this fading so much and tried harder to preserve it. I didn't try turning it inside out or anything, and yeah, after a couple of washings it got super faded. I still wear it, just not quite as often as if it had stayed dark black, since it looks a little weird with actually black shoes and purse. The cut, style, and print are great otherwise. September 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by get it while supplies last! Despite what others have commented about the quality of this top, I am in love with it! I am absolutely determined to find a way to preserve its color...maybe turn it inside out, put through a quick cold wash on gentle cycle, and then pull it out to air dry before the spin cycle starts?!? I have gotten so many complements on this simple tee. It looks great with jeans, and I think because it is so colorful, it pretty much goes with any color skirt. Highly recommend getting. I am 5' 3" 120lbs usually a small but sized down to XS, and it fits wonderfully. April 28, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cute but poorly made. Got the blue dots. Cut and style is so cute and flattering on me. And the color is great too. I really wish I could give this a good review. But like someone else mentioned in their review, I lost one of the sleeve buttons on the first wear -- on the way to work. It was there when I got in the car and gone when I arrived at the office. What the heck. Shamefully constructed with cheap fabric. Afraid to wash it now because of the other reviews. Hand wash and pray, I guess. March 21, 2013
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RED Style #:B26425868 If at first you don't succeed, try 300 (or so) times. That was the motto of our head women's buyer when it came to sourcing happy-go-lucky patterns for our favorite gift-able tee. It wasn't until our very own print artists took it upon themselves to sketch these lovable beasties, blooms and stripes that our persnickety buyer - and entire staff, for that matter - fell hook, line and sinker. Or perhaps more fittingly: hare, line and squeaker. Banter Tee