WW2 Undershirt Tank Top in Olive Green. Low armholes and a flattering neckline.
Material: 100% cotton | Made in USA in the 40s.
Condition: Good. A few Pen-tip size holes consistent with age.
Shoulders: 8" | Chest: 15" | Length: 28"
Hannah is 5'11" and wears a size small top.
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Please reach out for questions regarding fit. The most accurate way to determine fit is by checking the measurements. I recommend comparing the garment's measurements with your own as well as with the measurements of a similar piece of clothing you already own.
Measurements are listed in full. They are taken with the garment lying flat, from seam to seam, and then doubled for circumference where appropriate.
+ Chest: across armpit to armpit seam
+ Waist: across smallest part of waist or across back waistband
+ Hips: across fullest part of hips (8-10" below waist)
+ Shoulders: one shoulder seam to the other
+ Sleeve: top shoulder seam to cuff
+ Length: top of garment to hem at longest point
+ Rise: center crotch seam to top of front waistband
+ Inseam: center crotch seam to hem
+ Thigh: across thigh just below crotch
+ Base Length: edge of heel to tip of toe
+ Base Width: Widest part of base of shoe
+ Heel: bottom to top
+ Boot Height: top of heel -> top of ankle
I recommend hand washing for the non-denim, non-military items. The majority of pieces can be washed and dried normally. I would avoid using bleach on the Victorian pieces at is will compromise the fabric in some cases.