I have a bunch of shirts from Shirt.Woot, they make up most of my wardrobe. I have so many because they were basically our uniforms when I worked in Tech Support.
However, over the past few months, I've managed to drop +50lbs (awesome, right?) and now all my woot shirts don't fit. Since they're mostly ML, they swim on me now (even the two MMs I have are big). But, I figured, "Hey, no worries, I found some money under the couch, let me go restock what I can in a size that might fit me." This quick little thought led me to purchase a Women's Large in the Flesh Wound teeshirt.
With the weight change, I don't have very many clothes that fit me and I'm running exceptionally low on teeshirts (4 out of 35 fit). So, I had the Flesh Wound top overnight'd in order to have something to wear to class that actually looked as if it belonged to me.
Unfortunately, I haven't been on Woot since January, so I missed the size change announcement. The shirt Woot sent me, their new "Women's Large", IS NOT A SHIRT, IT IS A CIRCUS TENT. I'm back to freaking square one, except I'm out $17 and have another shirt to add to my Over-Sized Woot Shirt sea.
If this is the kind of thing that's happening, as far as the backlash to the random/terrible decision of changing shirt companies, there needs to be some type of warning when you're placing your order. A popup window or something. This is absolutely ridiculous. Here I've lost all this weight and I can't even buy back half the shirts I used to own because I'm terrified of what "size" I might end up with next time.
I've been chubby girl over the past few years (hitting a max of size 18), but now I'm being punished when I finally get down to a 8/10?
By Woot, no less?!
That's just twisted...and evil.
Anyone know how to, successfully, shrink woot shirts?