Sizing has always been a Hot Topic, and it should be, especially when it comes to online purchases. We do our very best to provide you with in depth detail descriptions about each product we carry. Take in mind sizing will vary due to different factors, like fabrics or materials used, manufactures and mold shapes.
Each item is design differently, and sizing will also be different, for example in some cases a medium will be considered small and we will advise to upsize one or two sizes. On other situations we will advise you to downsize if you’re looking for a snug fit. Let’s remember we all have different fashion styles, some one might like to wear a XXL T-shirt meanwhile someone else will like rather have a fitted cut.
Our main goal is to inform and provide you with detailed information in order for you to find the perfect fit.
You can’t go wrong with Bella+Canvas and this model is no exception. Soft, light, and very comfy with just the right amount of stretch. It’s true to size and length is slightly longer than conventional shirts.
• 100% combed and ring-spun cotton*
• Fabric weight: 4.2 oz (142 g/m2)
• 30 single thread weight
• Tear-away label
• Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
NOTE: If you notice the same size T-shirt is either slightly bigger or smaller from each other is due to a ‘margin size error’ of approximate 1″ to 2″ coming from manufacturing production.
Unique fabric combination creates a fitted look, and extreme durability.
• 50/25/25 polyester/combed ring spun cotton/rayon
• 40 singles thread weight
• Fabric weight: 3.4 oz
• Comfortable and durable
• Contemporary fit
• Vintage feel
Margin Error: If you notice the same size T-shirt is either slightly bigger or smaller from each other is due to a margin size error of approximate 1″ to 2″ coming from manufacturing production.
• 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Design in Canada
• Moisture-wicking fabric
• Four-way stretch material
– fabric stretches and recovers in the right places
• Scoop neckline and racerback
• Best for A-C cups w/flat seams and bias binding
• Shoulder straps support w/double layer front, and a wide elastic under breasts
Please note that contact with rough surfaces and velcro fasteners should be avoided since they can pull out the white fibers in the fabric, damaging the leggings’ appearance.
• Smooth and comfortable microfiber yarn
– 82% polyester, 18% spandex
• Elastic waistband
• Printed, cut, and hand-sewn
• Four-way stretch, which means fabric stretches and recovers both on the cross and lengthwise grains
Fabrics are all different and should be treat differently. For long lasting and happy colours we have the following recommendations for you.
Turn all pieces inside out before washing, specially screen printed Tees, Denim and Coated fabrics. This will help to prolong the colour and protect the surface, avoiding rubbing up against other fabrics and or washer walls causing the print to prematurely chip or fade. (Chipping tends to occur on screen printed designs)
The best way to protect your clothing is by using the Delicate cycle with cold/cold or cold/warm water temperature, we prefer the cold/cold as it will help in preserving the colour. If there’s no time to run on Delicate cycle (as it may take longer time) Regular cycle will do the job just fine.
When it comes to Whites, you can run a hot/hot cycle, although remember that heat absorbs colour and will cause any printed surface to fade away faster. In this case we recommend to use warm/warm temperature.
If you are trying to get rid of stains deal with the stain first using a stain remover, a natural approach could be using baking soda and vinegar, it works like a champ.
Detergent and softener can be used as normal, ensuring you follow the manufacturer’s suggestions. Softener is a personal choice, although we wouldn’t recommend it. Why? Yes it smells pretty, but over time softeners add a wax film which cause to built-up residues from traditional detergents on the fabric. Basically you’re adding a coating to your fabrics. We don’t like that, but we’ll leave that up to you.
Remember to always wash with like colours, this is important to avoid having colours running or bleeding into each other. You don’t want your favourite white tee to change to pink all of the sudden. Trust us, it could happen.
If your environment allows it, Natural dry or Air drying is the best method for long lasting fabrics. If you are using hangers inserting hanger from bottom to the top as opposed to through the neck (this will avoid stretching the neck)
Always tumble dry on your lowest heat setting, remember again HEAT is Bad. Avoid wringing-out garments, it could cause cracking or chipping, specially on screen printed designs.
It is fine to use an iron on the shirt if the manufacturer’s instructions say so, but DO NOT iron over or close to the print. We recommend ironing inside-out.
We guarantee you’ll enjoy your favourite clothes for many years to come!