katfin25 wrote:I dunno if I would say the shirts are actually thinner (cream, white, yellow), because they feel the same as the other colors. But more light does get through, which is why I just wear a camisole underneath. If you wear a cami that matches your skin tone you actually can't see it, I'm wearing a white one in the photo so its easier to see.
Its the same as with other clothes, white pants are crazy see through, white shirts are see through. You can always see a guys undershirt when he wears a white shirt or other light color.
Just the nature of light colored fabrics!
disagree. at least for men's.
thin fabrics: lemon, grass, baby blue, asphalt
thick fabrics: olive, heather, royal, black, kelly, cranberry
on the fence (meaning I have thick ones and thin ones): brown, white, orange, red, navy, creme
it has to do with AA quality standards, which are all over the damn board. don't get me wrong they make a very workable blank, but sizing and thickness are something they don't practice a standard.