Rated 2.5 out of 5Â by 27
Rated 1 out of 5Â by unhappymama very disappointed, poor quality
I've bought JMS tees for years. They've always been my favorite shirt...comfy, well-fitting, perfect. I recently bought some new JMS tees at a local store that carries JMS clothing. I am very disappointed and will be returning ALL of the tees. They are not true to size as my old tees were, they shrank up in the dryer (my old ones did not do that), and on a couple of the tops the hem was coming out from loose threads and they had not even been worn yet. The fabric is thin, flimsy, and cheap. I will not be buying JMS anymore unless they give the consumer the level of quality that we deserve. I would rather see a higher cost and keep the old quality than continue to pay the same thing but have this cheap stuff.
April 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by msahmad99 Great colors but not the same quality as before
Shirts have awesome colors but over the years the quality and sizing have changed yearly. Loved the shirts from about 5 years ago..had longer sleeves than they do now. Makes me feel uncomfortable when wearing them. Can see your underarms, which I don't want showing. Great for layering though..that's what I do with mine. Please go back to the longer sleeve instead of the cap style sleeve.
October 27, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by WendyP The color is not what I expected
I should have gone by the picture more than the name, but I thought "serrano green" would be more serrano and less teal. Also the fabric is very thin. You get what you pay for.
September 7, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by BeenAroundAwhile Not As Advertised
When you look at the picture of this garment it appears to have longish sleeves and a loose fit. They must have put the models in shirts that were far larger than implied. I ordered a size larger than I wear and the shirt was too tight and the sleeves were too short - more like cap sleeves than t-shirt sleeves. What appears to be a bargain is now a donation to charity. Oh well, the old adage runs true at least... you get what you pay for.
March 1, 2014