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It appears that for the ladies' tank sizing I have to return to my AA size (even though they don't appear to be on AA blanks).
Bag o.f Crap: 12/25/2010, 1/25/2011, 6/15/2011, 11/9/2011, 12/25/2011, 3/22/3012, 4/26/2012, 7/12/2016
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No designs catching my eye this week but I hope to see more of the lightweight hoodies in upcoming weeks.
edit: Actually, no, nevermind, they're not in 3x. Fat folks like tanks and lightweight hoodies too, woot.
THINK OF THE PATHOGENS!!!
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tgentry wrote:It's great for cool but not quite cold weather (like in the 60s or so) and I'm sure will be ideal for summer nights. I "product test" them regularly.
I thought LW hoodies were Seattle jackets. I think that means I'm still doing it right.
I'm just hanging out, really.
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sheens wrote:I'm not sure what size to get for the ladies' tanks. I fit into the anvil MM/WM (although I prefer the MM fit even though I's a lady), or the AA WXL. Based on those measurements, I'd order an XL tank. But then I measured various tank tops I already own, and those seem to fall along the lines of the M. So what I'm trying to figure out is this: Do I get the size I get in tees, expecting the fabric not to stretch, or do I get the same size I have now, hoping for some stretch?
I really want the 'Be my chum' tank!!!
I'm exactly in your size position. I opted for the WXL for the "Be my chum". I need a little extra room in the chest area (if you know what I mean), so I didn't want to run the risk of too tight in a strappy tank top like this.
I also ordered the "Some Motivation Required" hoodie, and opted for L on that, after significant measuring and trying on of other shirts (I wanted it a little roomy).
forever fighting the urge to buy something just because it is cheap and cool...wait, it's cheap and cool, let me click that big yellow button!