Rated 5 out of 5 by CDNGirlieGirl Super cute sweater, size down
I ordered the Averly pullover from Yellow Bird earlier this summer and found to get the flowy look like on the model I needed to size up so I sized up when ordering this sweater as well. That was a big mistake! The sweater runs quite big and I probably would have had to size down in my usual size. The quality of the sweater is terrific, the knit is very thick and the back and bottom shirt part are silky without feeling cheap. I am definitely going to re-order this sweater in a smaller size!
September 20, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by spinarro that 70's costume
this is amazing in design and really ugly in execution - the shirt underneath the sweater is shiny polyester very much like a 70's halloween costume. (looks crazy cheap and isnt!) the sweater on top is fine - typical sweater - but note for busty girls (im DD34) this is just not flattering for us. If a sweater is $100 it should look it and this simply doesnt.
September 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by KathleenY Brynn Pullover in Cream Color
This is my favorite sweater so far this season. It is sooo flattering and comfortable. If you're self conscious about your stomach, as I am, this sweater is for you! But I also think it would be adorable on a super slim woman, as seen in photo. I think the photo of the sweater is accurate. Fits true to size. I am 5ft, 6in, 140 lbs, athletic build, small chested. The cream color is very pretty and the shirt is fun and not too bright. The negatives about this sweater are a) It's not that warm because its only cotton. The picture depicts the sleeves as much more fitted than they actually are. I find that air flows up my arms at times, which is quite chilly. I'm up in Maine, so I won't be able to wear this sweater for much longer this year; b) the back of the shirt part of this sweater has 3 pleats at the top, which I love, but they immediately began to come unsewn. So the shirt part is not that well made. This is almost always my complaint with Anthro clothing: its pricy but, with the exception of brands like Bordeaux, their clothing is not made well and, thus, should be way less expensive. I have to baby ALL of my Anthro clothing (ie, I never put anything in the dryer). That being said, I still buy Anthro clothing all the time and would recommend this sweater to a friend because its so cute. I'm still holding out hope for the day when Anthro decides to purchase clothing with better quality standards. Doubt that day will come tho.
November 12, 2013