Rated 5 out of 5 by DPemberton Wow! Lovely and Flattering
I was nervous to buy this top online without reading any reviews, but ... wow. I feel like a ballerina in this beautiful fit-and-flare top. If you like Weston Wear's dancer-style pieces, you'll love this. (The tag says it's by Meadow Rue, but it reminds me of Weston Wear.)
It's super tight above the waist, mind you. And the light grey color is a bit see-through. A nude bra is a must. If you have any back fat that bulges out where your bra strap is, this shirt will show it.
I hold all my weight in my lower stomach and hip area. I have a skinny chest/arms and curvier hips. So for me, this top fits beautiful and hides the problem areas while accentuating my chest and smallish waist. I bought an XS, and I would say it fits true to size.
This top looks plain, but if you look closely, you can see it has some great details that make it worth the price (though I bought it during the 20 percent off sale): ruching at the waist, neckline and sleeves, as well as mesh peeking out the bottom and top. This almost reminds me of a mesh Sweet Pea shirt.
The top is 60 percent cotton, so I'm hoping it won't pill as much as some of my rayon stuff. It looks super cute with a pencil skirt or skinny jeans. I love it!
September 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by anthrogirl424 I like this top, but I don't think it's for me. It's a little too frou-frou/ballerina. I also am a typical pear shape, so I don't think that it flatters me. However, I can see this top looking amazing on slender/petite women. It's also sheer, which I'm so tired of at Anthro. They need to start giving away free camis with purchase.
October 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by brennanmarie beautiful
i debated wether or not to get a small or medium, the medium was too baggy on my arms, so i ended up choosing the Small. even though i have a larger chest i thought this top was really flattering. (32dd, 34d)
a perfect layering piece is Fairisle Blazer
October 5, 2012