Monday, April 8, 2013

Custom Designed T-Shirt - The Review


As I mentioned on March 20th, I was given the opportunity to review a Custom Designed T-Shirt at Dress United.  They gave me the shirt and asked that I review it, but all comments are my own.

the design according to their website
The shirt arrived this past weekend..


I am guessing if I had bought a straight up T-shirt, I would have been a lot more thrilled with the outcome.  I bought a t-shirt that was a ladies cut because I prefer v-neck shirts,  but they are narrower cut and a bit more form fitting.  As a result my not so small bust makes the placement of the logo a little less then ideal.  My other issue is that the printing is on the surface of the shirt - which again if this had been a straight up t-shirt would have most likely been perfect, but in this particular style of shirt the weave is a little looser and thus when stretched the logo stretches apart and you can see the light blue underneath the ink

I do want to say that Fleurp LOVED the shirt, and I couldn't keep her off it (hence the addition of fur to the design)

If you want to go with this particular shirt, I would highly recommend that you not be larger chested.. or put the design on the back.  Well.. unless you like having text wrapped around your bust..  I mean some people like that..   I'm not judging..

Used with permission from the awesome Love-and-Hisses.com

If I were looking for your standard T-shirt with a logo on the front I wouldn't hesitate to order from here again.  I had heard of some people offering discount codes if you were interested in buying a shirt.  I was not given this code, but you can find it easily by googling DressUnited.com so I'm just going to share it with you..
Code: BLOG30OFF4U. 


Surfing around and looking at shirts others have made, I saw someone else had a v-neck that wasn't a woman's cut.. I'll have to go looking again and see what is there..

12 comments:

  1. Enjoy your shirt, even if it isn't perfect. Lee and Phod

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  2. It does look a bit looser than the photo, but the graphics look good.

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    1. The graphics are adorable! My issues aren't so much with the job they did, but the hand weight of the shirt..

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  3. The review for the less endowed? You might need to wear a tank top underneath the v-neck. Nope, didn't review this particular one. Just something I've learned from experience.

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    1. You know, I was thinking that when I had it on.. I figured it would keep the logo a bit... flatter?? the not wrapping around the bust if you would..

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    2. Yes, better for graphics to be a bit smaller in the cup department. My teenage daughter, who is the polar opposite from me on the endowment scale, can't really do graphics like that across the chest either.

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  4. Haha extra fur on t-shirt makes it pirrfect, doesn't it?

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  5. the t-shirt looks great its just the case if finding a better style tee

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  6. looks nice - but mom says that sometimes graphics in that location are not as they "should" appear MOL..... and hey - all clothes must have a little cat hair :)

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  7. I'm pretty sure Fleurp wanted to model that t-shirt for us. :)

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  8. Is that you in the first photo modeling it? If so, damn I wish I looked like that in my T-shirts! lol

    I had ordered 2 from them last week that haven't arrived yet. I am heavy so I ordered the unisex or "men's" style.

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    1. ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha..

      oh wait, you are serious.. I wish i looked like that too :) I should have, but REALLY don't like wearing that type of shirt.. I so need a v-neck and I couldn't find a men's v-neck the first time around.. I saw another review that had one though, so I should have kept looking.

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