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We Are Not Here Jr. Raglan

We Are Not Here Shirt

Junior Raglan

$29.99
$34.50
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Size Chart
Size Chart

This item fits snug and sizes run small. Order a larger size for a looser fit. See Fit Facts

Size Bust Waist Hips Dress Size
Small 30-32" 25-26" 35" 0-2
Medium 32-34" 27-28" 37" 4-6
Large 36-38" 30-32" 40" 8-10
X-Large* 40-42" 33-35" 42" 12-14

Sizing is always controversial when it comes to women's T's. Classic Girl by American Apparel is not a "junior's" line. It is designed for women of all ages who desire a youthful fit. Because their fabrics are stretchy (especially their Baby Rib, which has a stretch factor of over 100%), each size can fit a wide range of women.

* Not available in all styles

Measuring Instructions:

Chest/bust:
Raise your arms slightly and measure around your body. Be sure to measure the fullest part of your chest/bust, keeping the tape parallel to the ground.

Waist:
Measure around your waist where your pants usually fall. Keep one finger between the tape and your body to ensure an accurate fit.

Product Details

About American Apparel Jr. Raglan

  • Junior Raglan T-shirt
  • Made in the U.S.A. by American Apparel
  • 5.8 oz. 100% Ultra-fine combed ring spun 1x1 baby rib cotton
  • Junior's cut, size up for a looser fit
  • Machine wash cold, no bleach
  • PID: 77853704

Size & Fit

FIT Slim Classic Relaxed
SIZE Runs Small True to Size Runs Large
FABRIC Open-End Cotton Ring-Spun Cotton Tri-Blend

About the Design

Elephants, one of nature's most majestic and intelligent creatures, need to be protected and encouraged. They don't need to be riding us around on their backs. Let them go, show them some respect.
See more designs from: the tshirt doctor
Created on September 26, 2006 at 1:38 PM