Rated 5 out of 5Â by SakuraMonster gorgeous cardi for day into night
This is a gorgeous fine gauge sweater that can take you from the office into date night. great detail in having the buttons from the collar to the bustline spaced closer to avoid any gaping. The lace is a gorgeous coppery color that works as a neutral. Unless you plan on wearing this with nothing or just a cami underneath, size up. I'm usually a 4 and the arms on the small (that I tried on with a sleeveless top) were a VERY close fit.
December 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by badmissh Vintage and elegant
This cardigan is so special I literally grabbed it on my way up to the register as a last minute impulse addition And what a score! The fit and length coupled with the weight of the knit make this great with both jeans and pencil skirts, and the lace insets along the sides give it a wonderfully feminine frame effect that really flatters your shape . I understand other reviewer's issues regarding size, but I don't think it lies with the overall fit -- the lace along the armhole edges is fully stitched down all the way around, to mean that the armholes are utterly inflexible with no stretch at all. Therefore, while I feel the fit runs true to size, anyone wanting to layer this over anything bulkier than a tee, camisole, or lightweight blouse with equally high-cut armholes might be better served by sizing up. I, however, just rocked this with cropped slate grey trousers and a Tracy Reese silk chiffon bow blouse and it was a total home run!
January 16, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by undermysteinway Needs One More Button
I was so excited to see this in the dressing room new arrivals rack! I saw it on Effortless Anthropologie. The fit was odd though. I'm almost 5 ft. tall, petite, thin, 34A. I tried on an XS and the sleeves were long. The length of the sweater was on the longer side. The worst part was there needed an extra button. I appreciate the fact that the top buttons are closer together but there s still a gap. I'm not that big on top either. It's a nice design. Perhaps someone with different proportions might look better in this!
January 10, 2013