Review: Dirty Microbe
As we promised earlier, we are lucky enough to be able to do a review of Dirty Microbe. They sent us two t-shirts, one for the Shirt Snob and one for the Shirt Snob husband as well. The Shirt Snob chose to review Comunitty Collige and the hubby chose Toast.
First things first, our order arrived very quickly, within a few days. We were mightily impressed by this as this order was placed the week before Christmas, so we're sure they were very busy at the Dirty Microbe headquarters.
Their tee is comfy in your typical t-shirt way. It fits as we thought a large would, although it is a little bit longer than others we've recently reviewed. we guess we'd say it's a bit more of a casual fit, not hugging the stomach, yet still definitely a girly tee, not unisex. The design is great. It's very even, high quality, and there isn't an imperfection anywhere.
Here's what the Shirt Snob husband thought about his tee:
I received "We're Toast" from Dirty Microbe. The shirt is 100% cotton and printed on American Apparel. This is the first time, at least to my knowledge, that I've had an American Apparel shirt. I usually fit very comfortably into a size large, and this shirt is no exception. At first, it seemed a little long, but I quickly got used to this. In fact, my shirts usually shrink by growing shorter, so overall this is probably a good thing. The shirt is a really vibrant blue. And even after a few washings the color is holding up nicely. The one drawback, however, is the caption. It reads, "Shit. We're Toast." While this is a funny sentiment, its not exactly work attire. So this very comfortable shirt will have to remain a weekends and evenings only shirt for the time being. But I chose the design, so I really can't complain.
Dirty Microbe tees are printed on American Apparel, and they print all of their tees themselves. That means they can attest to the quality of their prints, and they say that the prints will last longer than the tees will.
Edited to add 7-24-07:
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Posted by Laura at January 9, 2007 10:55 AM