Praise the Lord - Women's Triblend Short Sleeve T-shirt

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Brand: Printify

Product Code: UUz1SSSR

Availability:In stock

$22.99 22.99

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You won't want to take off this tee, featuring a uniquely soft triblend heather fabrication, modern feminine fit, crew neck and short sleeves. 




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Sleeve length, in
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.: Relaxed fit
.: 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon
.: Extra Light fabric (3.4 oz/yd² (125 g/m²))
.: Tear away label
.: Runs smaller than usual



Customer Reviews

4.9 Based on 31 Reviews
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MJ
06/24/2019
Megan Johnson Hull
United States United States

Better than average

Soft. Comfortable. Love em.

N
06/20/2019
nicole
United States United States

great

my dad loves these

D
06/04/2019
Deborah
United States United States

I like to shop at meekever

I liked these shirts they fit nice the material is nice

HS
06/03/2019
Happy shopper
United States United States

Good quality

Order up on size. Very soft

NM
05/20/2019
Norma McL
United States United States

If you like your clothes loose, watch size

I like these T-shirts, and I may well update, for better or worse, after I've washed them. They seem to be well made--certainly as well made as the T's I paid more for, and they are comfy. My comment has to do with size. And I should warn you: My preferences about size are not everyone's. If I wanted a top that was form fitting, which I never do, I'd likely choose a Medium. However, I absolutely detest wearing a bra; I don't need it for support, but some people have a hard time keeping their eyes on a woman's eyes, and I have no desire to offend (or attract) their sensibilities. These T's, which I bought in Large, work well enough for that purpose, but I've gotten so accustomed to wearing my clothes loose that I think I will choose an X-large next time. It depends on what your style is: Some people like things that fit, others don't. If our choice of clothing indeed "says" something about us, as fashion writers insist it does, I am in the Molly Ivins camp, i.e., "Woman who wears clothes so as not to run around *****." What I've discovered is that with bigger clothes, you hardly know they're there. If you're like me, you may want to choose a couple sizes up.