Rated 5 out of 5Â by sarahww Chic with just the right amount of POP!
I went looking for a shirt that would easily transform between work, evening and casual and this top is it! I love it.
I got the blue motif, which is so much prettier than what's pictured here. (I tried on the solid colored green as well, but felt like the solid color made the shirt look more boxy, which is why I went with the print, which helps break up that boxiness.)
It fits true to size - I'm usually a 12 in tops and a L fit like a glove.
Unlike others, I thought the quality of the top was good. It feels sturdy to me. It's one of those shirts that I know will hold up (in construction and style), and that will age well.
February 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Dani17 Very nice top work/out
This is a winnerâ€¦ Work-y enough to pull off in the office but with a big necklace and skinny jeans, perfect for a night out. I ordered the cream color and it is slightly sheer, for the office might need a little cami but would be okay at night. I am usually a medium, sometimes a large in anthro shirts, and ordered both to compare sizes. Went with the medium and probably could have gotten away with a small. (decided to give my mom the large for xmas!) Zip up detail in the back is adorable. You won't be disappointed with this one.
December 23, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by miya645 What a let down!
I was so excited when I saw this top online but was completed let down once I saw it in the store. First of all, online it appears to be a cute, blousy top that can be dressed up or down. Unfortunately, in person, the top looks cheap. It is made of 100% rayon and the quality looks bad. For the amount ($98 plus tax), a person just feels ripped off. I could just as easily find something similar in a "superstore" for a fraction of the price for the quality of this product. My advice: if you really love it, wait for it to go on sale! The overall quality is not worth the over-inflated price that Anthro has it at. Also, consider sizing down since is pretty boxy and offers no shape.
January 15, 2014