Style Number: T1241303
Some of the best inspiration happens when you give yourself over to reverie – or so we’ve discovered. The Revery tee is the melding of three distinct fibers: Lenzing Modal® for luscious, eco–friendly softness; polyester for durability and spandex for resilience. The result is a subtly heathered knit shirt that is quietly elegant, pj–cozy and begs to be pulled close. We added to its charm by giving it an asymmetric, cowl neckline and raw–edge trim at the cuffs and hem.
- Asymmetrical cowl neck
- Raw—edge detail at cuff and hem
- 24.5" length
- Machine wash cold, hang to dry
Fabric: Daydream Light (Tops)
Fabric Content: 78% Modal 19% Polyester 3% Spandex
Three's company: Modal's softness, polyester's durability and spandex's resilience exist in perfect harmony in this dreamy knit.
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Ratings & Reviews
Soft, warm and flattering
I love this shirt! It's soft, warm and flattering. It can be worn with both a skirt or jeans. I highly recommend.
I own 2 of these
By: Ellonyia L Yenney
I own this in Buffalo (which I have had for a while now) and recently ordered in Charcoal. These are wonderful shirts. They mix and match well and drape in a lovely way. They are also really comfortable whether I am wearing while I travel for work or just with jeans
Great shirt, boring colors
I love the cut and fabric of this shirt so much. It's soft and warm without being bulky and the cut is super flattering. I really want to order another one, but I don't like any of the colors. Even the blue color that I ordered is way darker and more subdued than it looked like online, more like a washed out navy and too close to dark denim to wear with jeans without looking all one color. I'm keeping it because I love the fit and feel so much, but probably wouldn't have bought it if I'd seen the color in person first.
Please make some non-neutral options! Brown, grey, and navy just aren't doing it for me! Maybe a lighter, more saturated teal/turquoise? Or a plum purple? Jade green? Bright sky blue? Burnt orange? If you make better colors next year I will order two more.