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|
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..
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..