Racerback Vest


Size Guide


A great little basic for your wardrobe, these racerbacks have a hidden shelf bra for extra support and are great for layering.

• Close fitting, true to size with good stretch; and a good length that covers the midriff.

• The internal support panel is elasticated for comfort.

• Soft, stretchy cotton.

• Length 66cm (size S).

• Model is 5'9" and wears size S.

Fabric & Care

• 100% Cotton.

• Cold, gentle machine wash.

• Do not tumble dry. Dry in shade.

• Warm iron on reverse.

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"Bought this to use as a sleep vest - the material is good quality but doesn't feel too heavy, and the integrated bra keeps everything in place nicely. I'm an 8/10 and ordered the small; the fit is nicely relaxed."

Posted by Nat  /  22nd September 2016

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"This is a great vest top. Secret support is a real bonus. Fabric is a good weight and quality. I am normally a 10-12 and ordered the small - length and fit is perfect, medium would have been too baggy and I didn't want it so tight that I looked like a sausage bursting out of its skin! I love it so much I have just ordered the other colours."

Posted by Donna  /  22nd June 2016

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"Great versatile vest. I am a 10/12 and went for medium to get the body length. Cotton invariably shrinks a bit in the wash. Useful layering T shirt for the summer."

Posted by Anna  /  21st May 2016

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"Ordered the XS, am normally size 10, but found the XS still a little too large. Did not want it to be too fitted, but the intergrated bra ended up too baggy still. Had to return, disappointed."

Posted by Mary  /  18th January 2016

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"A great quality basic, comfortable to wear and perfect for layering. I bought the white version of this vest to take on holiday and found it worked perfectly under an open chambray shirt. As a size 8 I found the XS to be the best size; it's fitted but not overly so. It offers great support and enough coverage that it could even be worn on its own in hotter temperatures."

Posted by Gemma  /  15th November 2015