Rated 3 out of 5 by TaylorKitCat Will look awesome if you have small arms
This shirt is great: super-soft, cool, on-trend tie-dye design, and is very comfy. I love the high-low design of the shirt because it allows you to wear it with items like high-waisted jeans, but you can still cover your derriere in leggings.
This shirt is OVER-SIZED and boxy. As long as you have slender arms, I would size down one to two sizes.
Sadly, if you have muscular arms or large arms this just isn't going to be a good look on you. I loved the shirt on me, except where the dolman sleeve "hits" at the arm: it accentuated (and not in a good way) how large my arms are (this was exacerbated by the fact the arm holes are on the smaller side).
The only other issue I could see for someone would be if you are busty. I am a 34B, so that wasn't an issue for me, but I could see curvy girls with ample chests not getting a flattering look in this (there is a lot of material, and any jutting out from the chest area will add on pounds).
If only the dolman sleeves on this had been a couple of inches longer; they'd hit right at the elbow, and the unflattering look in the arms would be moot. Too bad, too, because I loved everything else about it.
Again, definitely pick this up if your arms are on the smaller side. It is really cool looking!
July 27, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MoonshineCote Love it
This top is at least 2 sizes to big, I bought and XL and it was huge. Going for the medium
April 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by hoomag New Favorite
Reminiscent of the skeletal system, a zebra, or some strange moth, this shirt has great appeal. The cut is terrific with the slightly cropped front and a drapey back. I also love how high the neckline arches with the design of the print--well thought out.
I am small busted, 5"9", a muscly 145 pounds and upon the two other reviewers advice, I ordered this top one size down in an extra small. Normally, I wear a small in most tops, but the extra small fit well.
The arm holes were smaller than I expected due to the baggy nature of the top. I have long stringy arms (and carry most of my weight in my hips and behind), but if you carry weight in your arms, you might take note and stay with your regular size.
June 3, 2014