Rated 5 out of 5Â by suze145 Yummy fall sweater
I love this pumpkin-spice colored sweater. It's just the right weight for those chilly days ahead. I felt the sweater was TTS in length but I sized up to medium because I wanted room for layering and I love a cozy, slightly oversized feel. I always take a small but this sweater runs a smidge narrow. Try the "blurred pigments loop" infinity scarf in mint (it's actually burnt orange, teal and mustard colors) - the scarf looks fantastic with the sweater. Both the scarf and sweater look better paired together. I'm ready to rock this look with my chocolate Frye boots and jeans. Also, I felt the sweater looked good unbuttoned as well. Just make a slip knot loop in the ties and bunch a little more gathering in the back at the waist. Super flattering!
September 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by VintageLily Cozy and soft
I absolutely love this sweater. I bought it to wear over the brown scoopback maxi dress from Bordeaux and it is so comfortable. The knitting is thick and soft and I have worn this a couple of times already with no issues with wearing in the elbows. It does snag easily, so use caution with jewelry. Overall, this sweater fits nicely and even though it looks weird if I button it over the dress (I have curvy hips) it still looks cute unbuttoned. Thinking it will be adorable with skinny jeans and some high boots. Perfect for Colorado fall and winter weather. I will be getting the cream color as well.
September 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dshar I tried this on in the store and fell in love. It definitely flares a bit with the peplum base, but it feels flattering rather than poofy. I completely disagree with the previous reviewer who felt that it was of poor quality. The wool has a gorgeous hand and feels thick and substantial and the wooden buttons are darling. The sleeves are long enough (one of my pet peeves is sweaters too short in the sleeve) - although I suspect this varies depending on your height. Despite the the thickness of the wool it is a looser knit and you definitely want to wear something underneath (perhaps this was the issue for the previous reviewer?). All in all I think it's a winner. Bring on fall!
September 17, 2012