While I have worn shirts by Shade ($17.50 each or 3 for $48) for the last couple of years and I still like their brand, I was a bit frustrated by how easily my son was able to pull at the neck opening and completely ruin the elastic, which looks kinda stupid. Last week a friend recommended On the Hip...I ordered three white layering shirts for just $10 each. I was a bit worried about the quality at that price, but they got here super fast and I've been loving them. The quality is great. Very soft, nice length, and the neck has thicker binding that my one-year-old can't seem to stretch out.
There are several other brands available online. Undertease is actually the first one I tried. They are a bit pricey, $29 for one, but they do have some lovely colors. Their fabric in my experience is super stretchy. I prefer a slightly looser fit, but I have friends who love this brand.
Now here's a new idea:If you only need more coverage around your neck and arms, Mia Bellina has cropped layering shirts, $10.95. Has anyone tried this one?
I have a vague memory of a band of fabric someone sells, something like a tube top so you can just add length if if you prefer. However, I have been unable to locate that product. Anyone know more about this?
Another online brand available is Down East Basics.
Their prices are always low, just $9.99 per shirt.
Next, we have Layers. Classic, $17.
Here's another brand, ModBe.
Their Second-Skin capsleeve is $18.
Coverwear also offers a capsleeve for $18.
And finally, Divine ModesTee has a capsleeve basic as well. One for $18.95 or 3 for $52.
So, do your wear layering shirts? Which brand do you prefer?