Rated 5 out of 5Â by iliveforshoes Received this as a gift for Christmas and I absolutely love the pop of color on the charcoal grey background. It is roomy enough to wear with a contrasting long sleeve tee or blouse underneath ... While it is fairly soft, I find it more comfortable to wear with a layer underneath. I am short and an xs small in all tops and sweaters ( absolutely have no bust to speak of) and the xs in this sweater fit me exactly as pictured hitting just below my hip.... Maybe a little looser in the waist as on the model. An excellent sweater for cold winter months especially because of the vibrant color stitching .
December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Aprilanne10 Gorgeous!
This sweater is so gorgeous! The colors really pop against the dark grey sweater. The sweater itself is fairly heavy weight (especially for here in SCAL) and therefore adds just a teeny tiny bit of bulk. I noticed it the most in my arms, which are my problem spot. The quality is absolutely superb, and the back detailing a fun surprise. It's work and play appropriate, and something that I plan on wearing for many years to come. It was hard to pull the trigger at such a high price, but unlike other pieces at Anthro, this one really pulled through with high quality, design, and overall value. It fit true to size for me, although it might run a tad bit big. I'm normally a size large, and I didn't find it slouchy at all, as another reviewer noted. It might be because I have broad shoulders and larger arms so I filled it out well :) Hope this helps. Appears IRL exactly as I see it online.
December 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by missinganthroinOK SIzed out
I am 5'2", 115 lbs, 34B, and the XS was just too slouchy looking for me. If you prefer a slouchy look, then you might be fine. The sleeves were too long and it was much too large throughout the chest and shoulders. I was disappointed, as this sweater is beautiful in person. The knit is soft and the embroidery details are well done. Unfortunately may just be too big for many petites.
December 4, 2012