As someone who works from home and dresses casually 99% of the time, t-shirts are a wardrobe essential. I hated how shirts always shrank over time, and after two kids I wanted more coverage in the stomach area, not less! One day I ordered some tees from Gap and Old Navy in "tall" on a whim. I'm only 5 foot 2, but I like to wear my t-shirts longer, and they inevitably shrink (a lot). Now I wonder why I didn't do this all along because I vastly prefer the fit of the tall tops. I've added tanks, sweaters, cardigans and tees to my wardrobe in tall sizes, and I will never go back!
Gap is currently running a 40% off sale (with no restrictions) with code WRAP through 12/20 for delivery by 12/24. They're also offering Gap Cash and you can get 2% cash back with ebates. Old Navy is running a 25% off sale with code PRANCER, and you can get 7% cash back with ebates with Christmas Eve delivery for any procrastinators!
I own most of these items in multiple colors because black, white and gray tees are pretty much my uniform. I tend to favor Gap over Old Navy because the material usually tends to be thicker, and when you catch a good sale like this one, Gap can cost less than Old Navy. But I've been wearing Old Navy's vintage v-necks for years, and they're my go-to summer uniform!
Does anyone else shop in the "tall" section?
1) Favorite Long-Sleeve Crew Tee | 2) Favorite Henley | 3) Essential Rib Tank | 4) Shimmer Tee | 5) Turtleneck Tee | 6) Space Dye Fluid Tee | 7) Cable Knit Sweater | 8) Boyfriend Cardigan | 9) vintage v-neck