Crew sweatshirt (938005, $17.94) – Size XS – This color is french violet. There was no S to try, so I grabbed XS and M. The XS is obviously closer to the body and the fit created a more modern, hip look. As opposed to a workout sweatshirt look.
Crew sweatshirt (938005, $17.94) – Size M – The M wasn’t too baggy, but I looked more like I was going to the gym, than trying to wear the sweatshirt as a fashion statement.
Pretty color. I’m still in the M here. The arms is where I really noticed the looser fit.
Crew sweatshirt (938005, $17.94) – Size S – This color is called ice cap. This one was weird. I felt like I was in a size L. I am convinced it was mismarked.
Printed crew sweatshirt (938054, $19.94) – Size S – this is where it got a little more fun. The next few were really cute when I saw them folded and I couldn’t wait to try them on.
Unlike the blue sweatshirt above, this size S fit fine. You don’t have to worry about too skinny arms. They don’t seem to have that issue in these sweatshirt. I’d say tts. If you want a tighter, shrunken fit, size down one. Of course, that may affect your ability to layer under.
Printed crew sweatshirt (938054, $19.94) – Size M – This felt too big. With the exception of the wonky blue sweatshirt I tried on, I think these are tts.
Some sketches I like, some remind me of cartoons, which I don’t like. I liked this one.
Size M – Again, too big in the medium. I like the purple, green and yellow against the grey. It’s a nice floral.
No shoulder seam. Sometimes I don’t like that. In this case