Rated 3 out of 5 by bizpt Not flattering on broad shoulders
Super cute detailing on this tee; prints, ruched sleeves, high crew neck, buttons on sleeves. The shirt is an overall nice shape and weighted material, not overly thick but much more substantial than many "tissue weight" tees requiring camis underneath. For these reasons, I gave 5 stars for quality and aesthetic. I think this will be a very popular choice for fall.
Though the body of the shirt was great and the length nice (just to hips on my 5"4' frame) for me, the placement of the arm detailing overly emphasized my muscular arms and created a disproportion between this and my slender trunk. The look was not flattering. If you have slender arms or ones that need coverage I think this may be a great option, however for muscular or broad shoulders, this is not the best look.
Lastly, I'm a consistent size 2, and usually XS in tops, but felt the small overall fit better. For athletic shapes, I'd consider sizing up.
September 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Timeaftertyme Foxy lady!
Nothing says fall more than a small army of adorable foxes on a soft comfortable tee! The colors in person are really vivid, with the rust of the foxes countered beautifully by the rich blue! The sleeves have a gentle ruching that adds just enough interest to turn this casual tee a bit fancy. Fit is tts. I can envision wearing this with many fall things from cords, to tweeds, cashmere and woolens. At this price point you can simply jazz up the fall wardrobe you already have without breaking the bank. The style is universal enough to be worn by all age ranges, but the quirky print will bring out the kid in everyone!
September 19, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by LibBelle HUGE Sizing Inconsistency
The idea behind these tees is great, but the execution is profoundly poor.
I ordered 4 of the "Here & There Tees' in different colors/patterns (all the SAME size). What I received were 4 tees that were all labelled the same size, but clearly were not consistent in their measurements. Now, I understand that slight variations can and, usually, do occur, but these tees ranged in size from:
Armpit to Armpit=15-18 inches (unstretched).
Shoulder to Hem=21-25 inches (unstretched).
That kind of discrepancy is completely unacceptable and Anthro really dropped the ball on what could otherwise have been a reasonably cute t-shirt.
*As a side note, the material of these tees is quite thin (some are even sheer, which is not shown in the pictures) and is of a lower quality that I would have expected. Also, the fabric of the Animal print tees is not nearly as soft as the solid color tees.
October 8, 2012