Rated 3 out of 5┬áby pjaalt tricky fit
I love the look of this top, but the fit is off. First of all, the lace band in the middle has no give, so I had a moment of panic when my shoulders got stuck in the top as I was trying to take it off. I have a small frame so my shoulders are actually pretty narrow, and when I had the top on, the lace in the back tented out in a triangular shape away from the nape of my neck. The only way I could get it to lay flat was to pull the shoulders straps down and wear it like a cap-sleeved top. It being low cut did not bother me as I am really flat, but me being flat meant that the bust sagged and drooped. 5'2", 106 pounds, 32A-26-32, tried on XS.
March 16, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5┬áby ATLadybug LOW Plunging Neckline
This top is beautiful on the model but unfortunately not wearable in real life. Though there is a smocked panel in the back, the crochet on the waistline made the top tight and difficult to put on & pull over my head. I persevered but once I got it on I knew it was a no-go immediately because the neckline plunged so low I couldn't imagine any place that it would be appropriate to wear. Even if I were feeling crafty, the two sides do not overlap so there is no possibility of pinning or stitching them together to raise it without it pulling and looking awkward. This one's not for me but if you're into daring looks, you'll definitely need some sort of special bra to accommodate the extremely low neckline.
April 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby anthroshopper123 Very low cut
I was able to try on this at my local anthro. It runs true to size and the lace detail is beautiful on the back, making the shirt very unique. I think this would be very flattering for many women of all ages. But it is VERY low cut. In fact it bottom of the V went all the way down to my bra. If you are going to wear this to church or to work your will definitely want to try this on with a cami underneath to see if you like the look.
February 22, 2013