Rated 4 out of 5 by onepetsitter comfortable
this T shirt is a winner for everyday wear. I like the longer length and easy wear style with jeans or shorts. Only four stars because colors are limited.
May 20, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Tuesday5 Too LONG!
I have bought plenty of this top in years past. Loved them! But now they are TOO LONG! I sent it back. They did away with the long sleeved V-neck, which I also loved. Every year, LLBean change the tops - how they fit, & where they are made. I bought the long sleeve crew neck a couple of months ago, & they were long but figured, it's winter and didn't mind so much. Do not want this long of top for summer.
May 20, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by sarah2eq need a 3.5 to rate this tee
I like the fabric (even softer after washing) and the colors.
The cut is not so good (at least for me). It bulges in the bust area too much for a "slightly fitted" tee.
May 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by PetiteCritique no pink in this shirt
These are comfortable and cool shirts -- good as pj tops for me -- I get a Reg Med instead of my usual Pet Sm.
However, the "blush pink" color had no pink in it that I could see....I think they should have named it "pale peach" instead. I'll be sending this back.
May 4, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1Kate Perfect length
Love, love, love the fit of this tee! Perfect fit and length. I pretty much wear one of these every day. Just went and counted -- I own 12 colors! Would love to see this offered in more deep colors like plum, cranberry, olive etc. Thanks Bean for a winner!!
May 2, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by traveler1 perfect T
I am so happy with the fit of this T. For so long I have been going around with short t-shirts because I could not get anything else. These T's make me look long and thin (something that I am not as much of as I would like at 65). Please, LLBean think of us too. I would love to have a long sleeve that was this same length. I know that some like them short and even tighter, but not everyone. I just bought 2 more so that I have 6 of the colors offered. I will do the same if I can get them in long sleeve in fall.
April 19, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by tswp01 TOO LONG
I bought these over a year ago and they were fine. Bought 2 more a couple months ago and I could wear them as a dress! At least 2 inches was added to the length, WHY?
April 16, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by jane196 Miss sized
Just sent back two unshrinkable tees. One was exceptionally small and the other was very big. They were suppose to be misses size extra large. They were badly miss sized. I have purchased these for years and never had a problem. Loved them because you can count on the sizing and they never shrank. Now I am not so sure.
April 8, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ConservativeShopper2 This carefree tee does not wrinkle or cling!
I just received this tee-shirt and was so pleased to see how it fits! It is quite flattering, slenderizing and hides my bodily imperfections - I am in my late 60's. Even though the fabric is lightweight and quite breathable, it is substantial and does not show lumps and bumps like most knitted fabrics do. I would suggest that you follow closely the measurements listed, particularly the chest with this shirt, This was my very first time ordering from L.L Bean as we have no stores here in Florida. I am wearing the lavender v-neck shirt that I just received, and it is a warm humid day. You cannot see through the fabric, yet it is the perfect weight as the fabric allows air circulation. I am 5'7" tall and the size large hem falls to the lower part of the hips on me. I have just ordered the coral color in this same style.
April 5, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by non2three great tee
I really love the quality of this tee and also applaud LLB for offering so many nice colors. My reason for only 4 stars: this shirt is 3" too long. A shorter length is far more flattering, especially for those us of who have a little tummy bulge. I will probably shorten the two shirts I just bought, and the hems won't look as nice as new, but the fit will be far more flattering. Anyone else feel this way? Are you listening LLB?
February 18, 2015