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I am sort of interested in the sunblocker for my early morning runs/rides. I don't know if anyone has bought it yet, but how thin/thick is the fabric? Would it be okay in high heats, say 80s/90s or is it more for lower temps?Thanks in advance for any input.
I agree: design 101= dark colors are slimming. They should have reversed the color scheme on the black/grey minah crops.
I'm liking the mynah jacket in the wee stripe, but agree that the pants are bad. They might have been more flattering with the colors reversed, but I'm still not convinced they would have looked good regardless.
I think those crops are horrible -- they look sad -- not flattering -- not pretty -- not feminine -- I wish some of the models would wear the clothes in the right size -- I think some of the shirts are just too tight and makes the clothes look unflattering -- whereas if they would size up -it would look a lot better IMO
Chelsea, I tried on the sunblocker today and it has a very cute fit - the colored bands are placed just perfectly to help define a waist, it is of a thinner material but I didn't think I'd want to wear it in 80s/90s weather. I would think it would be a good running shirt for sunny cool summer mornings - high 60's/70's temps. But the SA thought it would work in hot weather since it is really lightweight and has mesh in the extra sweaty areas (armpits/sides). That is just my opinion, that I'd feel too hot in the heat to wear a long sleeved shirt.
@ Debbie - I agree with you - I thought I would be really hot in the Sunblocker in 80s/90s. It is tight fitting and the material feels like luxtreme but a more plasticized version - it's hard to explain.
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