Rated 5 out of 5 by angelface Wearing it NOW!!
I walked in the store, saw the black flowered shirt, loved it, tried it on, bought it, and have worn it MANY times, in fact happen to be wearing it now. It is very soft fine corduroy. The pin tucks are not noticible on the flower print, but that's ok. I normally wear a small and bought a small, but it fits very generously which I like. I could easily have worn an xs. The sleeves are long on me but I can turn up the cuffs and show a sweet white and blue pin stripe fabric. They have the tab sleeve but I haven't used that feature yet. The shirt tail is long and looks cute over tighter knit pants or jeans. It is a bit boxy, definitely not tailored. My arms are a bit fluffy and there is plenty of room...absolutely not tight. There is room to wear this over a turtleneck, and I have. I receive compliments EVERY time I wear this...the make up counter girl in Macy's called out that she loved my shirt today as I walked past...of course I replied "Anthropology!!" The quality is excellent and I will be wearing this a long time!! For reference I am 5'2" and about 135 lbs., size 6 or S-M in Anthro. The price is reasonable.
January 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by goshenfarm cozy comfy corduroy
This bird of paradis shirt is just so comfy, cozy and very flattering on. I love pairing it with a pretty camisole underneath. It looks great tucked in with a belt or open with my t-shirt underneath. Fits true to size. I chose the floral motif. The print goes with everything in my closet. Well made item.
January 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by iliveforshoes Nice quality and comfy shirt
Got this as a gift in the black floral and I love the fact that it is so soft and comfy. The pattern is muted and pairs well with my black sateen AG Stevie jeans. I am 5'0 and 100-102 lbs and the xs fits fairly well but it is not a petite cut... A bit roomier and longer than pictured on the model but can tuck in the front into my jeans or wear as is under a sweater or jacket. It washes very well ...threw it in the dryer and no need to iron.
January 6, 2013