I just spent the last 12 minutes staring at a blank screen, because I simply don't have the words to explain how overjoyed I was after finding this t-shirt by Hollywood Star Fashion. It was sunshine and rainbows plus daisies and unicorns—you should have been there.
I'll even go so far to say that this shirt could be the best $10 I've ever spent on a piece of clothing.
Yeah, I know that sounds dramatic. But for those who have been reading my blog for awhile, you know that's not my style. Here's why I say that...
First, 99% of shirts like this do not have a V-neck. They have a wide scoop neck.
Unless it's a spaghetti strap tank top, I'm not a fan of really wide scoop necks. Deep scoop necks look great on women with smaller breasts. But they are almost always an unflattering cut for women with implants, because they accent the shoulders, chest and breasts—causing most of us to look disproportionately wide.
Second, most V-neck shirts are vertically or horizontally challenged.
Have you noticed how the majority of women's v-neck t-shirts are either too shallow, too deep, or too narrow? This one is perfect, ya'll! The combination of this length and depth will give you the choice of how much you want to show off your girls.
Feeling sexy? Rock that push-up bra and show some upper-pole. Feeling conservative? Wear your favorite t-shirt bra and don't worry about making anyone blush.
Finally, let's talk about fabric and length.
While there are a few other similar shirts out there, I haven't found a single one that is a cotton/spandex blend. Anyone with a breast augmentation knows that a little bit of spandex is a must to ensure that our larger busts don't make us look overweight.
And with larger busts comes the challenge of shirts being too short. Not this one! The length is a good 3 to 4 inches longer than the average v-neck—an absolute necessity.
Quality, Fit, and Colors
The quality of this shirt is right where you would expect a $10 shirt to be. I have a bunch of these, and mine have lasted a really long time. I have them in both small and medium (I am 5′ 4″, 115lbs., 32DD). If you don't like your shirts pretty tight, then I would recommend you order one size up—or get a couple sizes and send one back (since Amazon offers free returns!) As for colors... wow...