Zara long sleeve Linen t-shirts

(10 Posts)
wickedfairy Mon 10-Dec-12 04:48:17

Gues? That will be Tues then!!! iPhone....

wickedfairy Mon 10-Dec-12 04:47:37

Hmmm, you are same size as me then, inc bust (when not bfeeding)I should prob order M then, just in case. Just waiting to decide if I am going into town on Gues because there is a shop there, so I could try on. If not, will order online, thanks!

Ambassadoryouarespoilingme Sun 09-Dec-12 20:08:11

I've got this in the bright blue; its a beautiful colour. I do find it goes a bit baggy after a day's wear. I wd say i'm usually a size 14 / 36DD boobs and I got the medium, and its plenty big enough. I bought it in store but if I'd bought online I'd always go for the large, so I'd size down if you are buying online. I love it though. I've just handwashed it so far but I think you can machine wash.

wickedfairy Sun 09-Dec-12 19:13:56

Thanks Casa for confirming - think I will order L!

Zwitterion - thanks for the tip - will try handwash cycle in machine - hopefully they wont shrink!

Zwitterion Sun 09-Dec-12 14:07:00

I've got the short sleeved ones and am breastfeeding. I wear over a fitted vest.

They don't crease much, lovely fluid fabric. But they do tend to shrink in length through washing.

casabevron Sun 09-Dec-12 12:13:03

Hi, it was me that recommended them. I am bf'ing too, and find that although they do crease a little, it's nothing like you would expect from linen normally. They are softer and more fluid-feeling than other linen items I have, not sure what they have done differently, but they do feel more like a knit than anything.

I am a 12/14 top, depending on where I am shopping, and find that the L is nice and roomy over a fitted ls jersey tee without looking shapeless, iyswim?

Am now wondering if I should go and order some more before they all sell out grin

Neena28 Sun 09-Dec-12 12:05:07

Oh fab tops. I'd be interested in sizing too. Am guessing m would be fine as they look loosish. I am pretty sure does my bum look 40 is impressed with the short sleeve version of these so would imagine the creasing isn't too bad.

DonaAna Sun 09-Dec-12 11:57:40

I'm also interested in the creasing issue. The scoop-necked shape is perfect and the color range is good, but every linen garment I've ever had has creased like crazy.

I have some mercerized cotton tops that are similar and perfect, but high-caliber cotton is next to impossible find these days...

IslaMann Sun 09-Dec-12 11:06:32

OOh I like that! Am size 16-18 tho, can anyone tell me if I'll be able to get one to fit? Hate S M L XL sizing, can vary so much! Thanks for the link wicked

wickedfairy Sun 09-Dec-12 10:56:31

Hi,

There was a thread recently about tops to wear with skinnies and this was linked to, which is exactly the type of top I am looking for! However, have just had DS2 and am breastfeeding. It is made of linen, so if I pull it up to feed (will wear a vest underneath and pull down), will it crease like mad or totally lose its shape? Not really sure about the "linen-ness" of it, but the shape and colour is exactly what I am looking for.

Also, am a sz12 - can anyone recommend whether I should order a M or L in size please? I haven't ordered from Zara before.

If it is the wrong type of material for wearing when breastfeeding, could anyone link to some tops that are similar please?

Thanks for your advice!

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