Rated 4 out of 5
┬áby Jackie717 beaded abraxas top
This top is cute, comfy, and unique. The shape is flattering and it fits tts. My major concern was the length of the straps. The front went so low on me that I would have had to wear a tank top underneath, which I feel like ruins the whole effect of this shirt. If it goes on sale I would consider getting it and having the straps altered, but at full price I just didn't really feel like it was worth it.
June 30, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5┬áby sydney1 Always perplexed by quality
Don't get me wrong, I love Anthro for their quirky designs and interesting aesthetics, but I think we can all agree that the quality is sometimes lacking, especially for the price.
Overall, this tank is very cute, and I'm a fan of these fitted/flared kinds of tops because I think they really accentuate a small waist and have visual interest. But this tank top looks much more substantial online than it is in real life. Online, the material appears thick and kind of layered, when in real life it's a bit thin and simplistic.
However, despite this, the top is cute enough to keep and I did end up exchanging my original small for a medium. I usually wear a medium, so I feel this fits true to size (I have no clue why I ordered a small, wishful thinking?!).
I think this will be very cute with a little cardigan thrown over it and some skinny pants. And the armholes/neckline cover what needs to be covered, they aren't gaping or too large. Overall, a cute top, just not quite what I expected quality wise.
June 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby killclick Great value, flattering on hourglass or apple
Bodice is nicely fitted, note that the arm holes are rather large but are cut in a flattering way if the shirt fits in all. It is ALMOST tunic length on my long torso at 5'7; it hides a belly well. Sizing is maybe 1/2 size generous, so if you have a large bust it will work well, and if you like a fitted top and have a small bust, you might want to also order a size down.
Can easily be dressed up or down, can't wait to wear it out.
June 11, 2012