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How Small is Too Small?

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion - Ask Questions Get Answers' started by worth-a-peek, Mar 15, 2004.

  1. worth-a-peek

    worth-a-peek Alumni

    These styles would be great for gals older than 8 yrs old but
    my question now is how small is too small?

    Chest Measurements flat and stretched so the graphics are not distorted.
    Banana Chest 24-30" Arm 7-10"
    Orange Chest 23-28" Arm 6-10"
    Skate 25-30"

    I was looking for size charts last night.
    Thought Justine had one somewhere.
    But I'm thinking a 32" bust is a size 2.
    Is that right?
    So do I gear toward kids or tiny tiny women the size of my thigh?
  2. bartondoll

    bartondoll Guest

    I think my daughter and her friends (all pretty small
    teens) buy kid's tee shirts in medium to large, since a lot are cotton and they will shrink.

    Of course, it depends on how tight the gals want the
    t's to fit too.

  3. latebloomers

    latebloomers Registered Guest

    The little highschool girls wear these TIGHT. Seems these would be just right. Way cute, and these should be fun to list.
  4. alonesolo

    alonesolo Guest

    I say go for it, some of those small gals like the tee shirts tight and belly rings showing. I think htey may be a big hit!
  5. cherry-pie-and-roses

    cherry-pie-and-roses Registered Guest

    The EMO folks like their shirts very tight. I know some sellers even take new seams in older shirts to make the shirts more appealing to that market.

  6. ourbabyroo

    ourbabyroo Registered Guest

    I agree....when you are going after the emo crowd, you want it to be a little "too" small.

    I recently got a lot of hits on a dress I had up (over 600) and it was listed as XS. So, there are teeny people out there looking!!
  7. latebloomers

    latebloomers Registered Guest

    I know you already know this but be sure to put "Ringer" in the title. :)

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