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I think for Christmas we should each be allowed to buy one reckoned shirt of our choice. Who's with me?
My Colors: 6 Black, 9 Asphalt, 6 Cranberry, 4 Royal Blue, 9 Navy, 3 Silver, 5 Grass, 2 Orange, 2 Kelly Green, 7 Brown, 1 White, 2 Lemon, 6 Baby Blue, 2 Cream, 2 Heather Gray, 4 Olive, 1 Pink
Last 12 of 71: The Raven, Mon Petit Chou, Navy Seals, Give me another drink, Procrastination University, Mr. Fallwinter, Nature Owl, In the Library With the Wrench, Fall, Autumn = Embarrassment, You Have To Try This Guys, Imposter
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ProfHotpants wrote:After trying on every single hoodie option, in all of the sizes (it was a fun day at Woot), I have to say we all really preferred the blanks we ended up choosing.
The poly blend actually made the hoodies much softer, and they won't shrink like 100% cotton. I think the material is of very good quality, and I'm quite picky about these things. I'm a 100% real fiber kind of girl, for most everything, but I really love these.
The hoodie sizes are more traditional. I wear a WM in real life, and a WXL in Woot sizes. For these hoodies, the M fit me perfectly, but I could rock the S if I wanted a snug hipster brunch look.
Now I know exactly what size to get! Thanks Prof!
I'm just hanging out, really.
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I hate the American Apparel shirts, which I guess is just as well, since if I liked them I'd spend way too much on Woot! shirts. I wish they were a heavier weight cotton.
That said, I was kind of psyched to see you offering sweatshirts. But, ugh. 50/50 makes me sad. I'd gladly pay extra for a higher cotton content.
ProfHotpants wrote:I think the material is of very good quality, and I'm quite picky about these things. I'm a 100% real fiber kind of girl, for most everything, but I really love these.
OK, you have convinced me to get one to give it a try. Hopefully, it will be comfy and will wear well and not be icky like most of the 50/50 sweatshirts I have ever had.
Some people are like Slinkies. Not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.