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Simply Fab: KStreet Tees

Like my ongoing quest for the perfect jean, I am always on the look out for the perfect tees to go with my (fictional) perfect jeans. I think I may have found some that are near-perfect.

KStreet NYC seeks to find the perfect fit with their sizing that runs by bra size. Founder Kari Weiner measures her tees according to chest, waist and hip measurements. The pima cotton tees come in black, white and heather grey and are sized like bras, running from 30 A/B to 38 D/DD. I am kinda loving the Basic S/S Crew Neck ($65). But the tees come in four different styles and each style comes in eleven different sizes so you're bound to find your perfect tee, too. Then all you need is some standout jewelry and you're ready to shine.

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inertia inertia 8 years
I adore the model. She looks thin but SHORT, like she's not that far from my size. Similar racial background, too. No one in American advertising looks this much like me! Sorry if she doesn't represent anyone else, but after 33 years of never once seeing a single woman who resembles me in any kind of American media, I'm in love with her. I have trouble finding tops in American stores that are short and small enough, so for me these photos actually do an excellent job of saying, "We make t-shirts for you."
missyd missyd 8 years
whoa. Are you SERIOUS??? Or is this a joke. Who are you to come on here and put everyone who has posted here down? I suggest you learn posting etiquette REAL quick. No one is "jealous", just stating a fact that the chick in this pic represents 99% of what American women are NOT. Nor do I strive to be. You ought to try coming down off that high horse you're riding on. Ridiculous. I'm floored that you have the gall to come here and basically say that we are all losers.
missyd missyd 8 years
whoa. Are you SERIOUS??? Or is this a joke. Who are you to come on here and put everyone who has posted here down? I suggest you learn posting etiquette REAL quick. No one is "jealous", just stating a fact that the chick in this pic represents 99% of what American women are NOT. Nor do I strive to be. You ought to try coming down off that high horse you're riding on.Ridiculous. I'm floored that you have the gall to come here and basically say that we are all losers.
lulu001 lulu001 8 years
OK Ladies. Here is the deal. First off, no need to diss on thin people and/or ladies that are in shape. Don't be jealous, its unbecoming! Go to the gym and eat well. Secondly, the tees are meant to fit all sizes. Hence, why they come in 10 sizes ranging from a 32 a/b-38 d/dd, if you can't seem to find a Tee that matches your bra size within these ten sizes, then i feel sad for ya'll. The Tees you all are referring to are CRAP, made with synthetic materials, and most fall apart after a few washes. I have purchased KSTREET Tees and can vouge for the fact that these Tees LAST! They're made of 100% pima cotton=quality for all you uneducated ladies. The white Tee is a classic that will always be around, and everyone will always wear-its a staple and what every girl wants and needs in their wardrobe. Regarding the price-ladies where do you shop?? The prices are competitive and match every other trendy Tee out there, again you ladies are buying bottom of the barrel tees and do not shop for designer clothes-obviously. There are also T's that cost much more than these Tees. The designer put a lot of work into the sizing system-which is brilliant, i might add, and has a large following and is placed in trendy stores worldwide. So she obviously is doing something right! BTW, I'm a size 38 d/dd, curves and all and the Tees are incredibly flattering on me. Softer than soft, look like great, because quality is so good, on the Tees are on the longer side(which most girls dig) Kstreet Tees are not tight at all, they're fitted-big difference. SO ladies get a life, and get real!
Jessiebanana Jessiebanana 8 years
Wait who's waist and hips are the bra sizes going with. This just sounds like a solution for skinny chicks with breast implants (sarcasm intended and no harm to the naturally endowed women). To Star79 People who are a size 0 or 00 naturally are like 2% of the population, but they're about 98% of the representation (I'm a exaggerating a bit, but you get the idea). Hell I'm a size 4/6 and 5'4", I'm healthy, on the smaller side and curvy and I'm tired of these prepubescent looking women trying to sell me clothes...as if silently convincing me that I should be that size and if not there is something wrong with me. I personally think it is as aesthetically attractive as being 200lbs overweight, so I'm not discriminating in either direction, but I think the main message your hearing is that people are tired of the few rare ultra thin people representing for the majority and the brain washing it entails.
Jessiebanana Jessiebanana 8 years
Wait who's waist and hips are the bra sizes going with. This just sounds like a solution for skinny chicks with breast implants (sarcasm intended and no harm to the naturally endowed women).To Star79People who are a size 0 or 00 naturally are like 2% of the population, but they're about 98% of the representation (I'm a exaggerating a bit, but you get the idea). Hell I'm a size 4/6 and 5'4", I'm healthy, on the smaller side and curvy and I'm tired of these prepubescent looking women trying to sell me clothes...as if silently convincing me that I should be that size and if not there is something wrong with me.I personally think it is as aesthetically attractive as being 200lbs overweight, so I'm not discriminating in either direction, but I think the main message your hearing is that people are tired of the few rare ultra thin people representing for the majority and the brain washing it entails.
star79 star79 8 years
I don't really want to start a debate, but I have to say that some of the comments here are unnecessarily offensive. Why are skinny girls not "normal" or "real"? I totally agree that you don't have to be a size 0 to be beautiful, but calling us names or trying to "turn the tides" by insulting us doesn't seem especially nice either. Is it always necessary to put someone else down just to make yourself seem better?
lizlee89 lizlee89 8 years
HELLO! EXPRESS has all the tees I need - I just bought 4 on Monday - they're simple, cute, come in tons of colors, and run about $25 (although I buy them on sale for $10). Plus, there's tons of styles - V-neck, scoop, square - buy your tees at EXPRESS! I promise you will love it...
LuLuBelle LuLuBelle 8 years
Love plain white tees.
LuLuBelle LuLuBelle 8 years
Love plain white tees.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
$65 for this tee?? Uhhh no.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
$65 for this tee?? Uhhh no.
ehadams ehadams 8 years
This is a cool idea but the price is waaay too high for a boring ass white t shirt. And I agree, that model looks terrible in it. Can we see a girl with real curves please?
skigurl skigurl 8 years
i'm sure that my DDs wouldn't look quite the same as that girl does in that tshirt! try banana republic. i love the tshirts i got there.
skigurl skigurl 8 years
i'm sure that my DDs wouldn't look quite the same as that girl does in that tshirt!try banana republic. i love the tshirts i got there.
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 8 years
The shirt is cute and all...but I find it very hard to believe the model has a hard time finding shirts that fit.
Rini Rini 8 years
I've had a tough time finding shirts that fit, but I kind of find this fitting by the bra to be ridiculous. I checked the sizing charts but my waist size and hips are of different "bra sizes" than my actual bra is. Oh well, I guess its back to trial and error.
Liz7757 Liz7757 8 years
I'm a huge fan of J Crew's Perfect-fit tees. If you get them in the proper size, they hug your torso and are appropriately long. http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product.jhtml?id=prod92099161&catId=cat303182
Liz7757 Liz7757 8 years
I'm a huge fan of J Crew's Perfect-fit tees. If you get them in the proper size, they hug your torso and are appropriately long. http://www.jcrew.com/catalog/product.jhtml?id=prod92099161&catId=cat303182
ikimashokie ikimashokie 8 years
Fitting a shirt by bra size... Sheesh. I love the idea, but I guess I would have to have a baggy shirt or something. :/ I somewhat have chelly's problem, where my bottom half is a bit smaller than my top half, so if I buy the shirt to fit my bust, it's not all that fitted everywhere else. I've owned tons of 95%cotton %5spandex shirts since I realized they would fit all over. Otherwise, I buy the shirt so it is a bit tight in the chest, though this usually leaves me with a shirt that is an inch or two too short. As far as perfect T-shirt,have you tried the Three Dots brand? They're 40+ dollars at Nordstrom, and I only have the scoop-neck tee, but it is by far my favorite shirt. It fits well, and it's sooooo soft! I can't wait for the place nearby to have another 75% off sale.
ikimashokie ikimashokie 8 years
Fitting a shirt by bra size... Sheesh. I love the idea, but I guess I would have to have a baggy shirt or something. :/I somewhat have chelly's problem, where my bottom half is a bit smaller than my top half, so if I buy the shirt to fit my bust, it's not all that fitted everywhere else. I've owned tons of 95%cotton %5spandex shirts since I realized they would fit all over. Otherwise, I buy the shirt so it is a bit tight in the chest, though this usually leaves me with a shirt that is an inch or two too short.As far as perfect T-shirt,have you tried the Three Dots brand? They're 40+ dollars at Nordstrom, and I only have the scoop-neck tee, but it is by far my favorite shirt. It fits well, and it's sooooo soft! I can't wait for the place nearby to have another 75% off sale.
mondaymoos mondaymoos 8 years
I agree with Rni. I just don't think I could convince myself to pay $65 for a t-shirt that I'm probably going to have to replace in a few months anyway.
chellybean chellybean 8 years
"my probably" = "my problem"
chellybean chellybean 8 years
"my probably" = "my problem"
chellybean chellybean 8 years
Maybe I'm missing something but it seems like a glorified S, M, L to me...my probably with plain cotton T's is that I have a large chest (D-cup) and a small waist (pants size 25). The only t shirts that work for me are stretchy ones with added length. It would be great if you could choose bra size and waist size...or, again, am I missing something?
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