Kain Classic V-Neck Tee
Too thin and too shapeless
I read in "in Style" magazine that their editors wear these as essential T-shirts. So, even though I think they are ridiculously expensive, I gave it a try. After all, the editors had also recommended the equipment shirts which are also ridiculously expensive, but I truly love them and own three of them. So, I figured I would try out the black one since they did say it was a little sheer. I thought I could maybe wear it with a bright colored tank underneath so the color can peak through.
WHen I got it, the material felt very soft and nice. Even though the material is very thin, the quality seems good. The top is one size which covers all the way from 2-8. I am asize 2 or a size 4. It felt a little loose, but unfortunately, it did not feel loose or oversized in a good way. It also does not seem to flatter women with curves, since it just creates a boxy fit. In other words, it is not oversized enough such that the fabric drapes loosely over your curves, and it is not fitted enough that the cut shows off our shape. So you are left looking square.
In my opinion if you want to spend a large amount of money on a T-shirt, you are better off buying the Vince little boy tee. It costs around $60 and is of a similar material. However, it comes in multiple sizes and can get one that fits closer to the body.
This t-shirt is a one-size fits all. It hangs well and doesn't cling. The down side is how sheer it is. I like the length. I wear it as a layering piece since it is so sheer. Would repurchase again, but I wish they had a version that could be worn on its own.