Rated 4 out of 5Â by sasha24 A subtly beautiful cardigan
This cardigan is so sweet! I love the beading detail and the fact that it fits slim enough to tuck into skirts. Plus, I've been looking to add more green to my wardrobe.
Speaking of fit, I couldn't decide if I should label this as TTS or runs small. I wear an extra small at Anthro and even then things can be too big (5'5" 100 pounds 32AA), but this cardigan fits uncharacteristically well. So, it's TTS for a general extra small, but runs small for an Anthro extra small. If you normally waiver between sizes, I would go with the larger size.
April 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by littlerobin Anthro, Stop Already!
I bought this sweater is the vibrant kelly green, really, really wanted the sold out black and now you come out with a beautiful turquoise. Stop already! My budget canâ€™t take this kind of temptation. This is one of the most adorable cardigans that Anthro has come out with in a while. I urge everyone to get at least one in the color of your choice. I bought the kelly green one not knowing when I would ever wear such a vibrant piece and, lo and behold, they re-issued the beanstalk skirt this summer. Perfection. I know that some reviewers have complained about the fabric content but, trust me, 100% cotton sweaters fade and shrink faster than blends even in cooler washings. Fits TTS.
August 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by UniqueChic Love at first sight
I have it in the black and it's so darn cute! Fits like it was custom made. The tiny pompoms stand out just enough to add cool graphic detail, while still managing to be subtle enough to allow the sweater to mesh well with a variety of other clothing pieces. I was worried the floral buttons might be too busy, but when I tried it on, they offered just enough of a visual punch. Runs small which works in my favor because regular sizes are often too wide for my narrow shoulders. Soft, high-quality fabric knit. Pompoms are impeccably placed, keeping the design sharp and clean. Classic and a great investment, especially in black.
August 18, 2013