Sizing and Fit
Our Comfort Color T-Shirts
We tested many T-shirts to find a T-shirt that is high-quality, wears well, fits different body types, and has that "boutique" feel you should expect from an item from The Voca Society. Comfort Colors T-shirts fit that bill perfectly! Mine have become my go-to, favorite tees.
Comfort Colors tees tend to run looser and larger. They generally feature a classic fit, so Comfort Colors shirts may appear to be larger than another shirt of the same size, but different brand. You can order your regular size for a slightly roomy fit, or order a size down for more snugness. Order 2 sizes up for a trendy oversized T-shirt look! These T-shirts are long, so perfect if you are tall or have a long torso.
Comfort Colors t-shirts are pre-shrunk, so they will not drastically change size with care during washing and drying. Do keep in mind that Comfort Colors shirts are made from mostly cotton, making them naturally more prone to shrinking when exposed to heat. Wash in cold water and tumble dry low or air dry to keep your shirt from shrinking in size.
For over 40 years, Comfort Colors t-shirts have been among the very best on the market. Comfort Colors are made from 100% Cotton that has been combed and ringspun for exceptional softness.
Our Cotton Heritage Sweatshirts
Our sweatshirts are a thick, roomy, high quality! The sleeves do not pull short, and they are super soft on the inside! They are a thick material, best for cooler weather.
• 100% cotton face
• 65% cotton, 35% polyester
• Charcoal Heather is 55% cotton, 45% polyester
• Fabric weight: 8.5 oz/y² (288.2 g/m²)
• Tightly knit 3-end fleece
• Side-seamed construction
• Self-fabric patch on the back
• Double-needle stitched rib collar, cuffs, and hem
• Blank product sourced from Pakistan
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Hi There! I'm Rachel Tenney
I'm a small business owner, wife, mama, and most of all, Jesus follower. My passion is practical theology: applying theology to my everyday life! When I started my journey as an entrepreneur, I went looking for devotionals and other resources about applying my faith to my unique lifestyle as a Jesus-centered female entrepreneur and was surprised to find very little. I eventually started The Voca Society out of my own need for community as a female entrepreneur. If you are a socially-motivated woman, you need a community and hub of resources (podcast, YouTube channel, books, and more!) that shares your faith and worldview. So I started The Voca Society to do just that!