Rated 5 out of 5┬áby pinkpopcorn I love this blazer
I just bought this blazer last night and cannot wait to wear it today. I am 5'6 and 145lbs and the size 10 fit perfect - it's so flattering and feminine. I plan to wear it over a white dress I already own, as a topper with jeans (maybe a coloured tank underneath?) and with my maeve urcos hankerchief dress but really, that's just the start. I can also see wearing it to contrast with cargo pants or other masculine details. It is pricey but it's these type of pieces that I save my pennies for. I choose not to buy the $78.00 white t-shirts that I can find elsewhere and invest in unique pieces like this blazer that I have never seen anything like.
May 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5┬áby FireIsland This is Tabitha's Chaperoned Blazer from what I can see re-worked in a new fabric. I tried it on and love it. I tried the size 4 and 6 and wish there were a 5. The 4 'feels' snug but looks curvy and amazing, the 6 'feels' right but loses a little of the curve that you get from the jacket stretching around you (it stretches). I usually wear a 4 or a 6 in tops. I'm 5'9" 34D-27-34. This jacket is short but would look great as a dress topper. Really cute 3/4 length sleeves.
May 6, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5┬áby pickyshopper10021 Great jacket - why the big label?
Like this jacket for versatile use - dresses up denim or trousers, good over a dress, fit is fitted as many have described. I'm a little over 5'7", 134 lbs (132-135, let's call it), lean and in good shape but with a bust (34DDD although doesn't really appear that big). Bought an 8. My only question - why did Anthro allow a big white label in the back? It's somewhat camouflaged if worn over a light top but not if worn over a dark one. I've kept and worn the jacket (and got several compliments) but that detail might have been better thought out. My hair falls a couple of inches below the shoulder so covers the label to some extent but it's still there.
June 3, 2012