Rated 3 out of 5
Â by Jackie717 Owls buttondown
The pattern on this shirt was cute, but otherwise it's just kind of blah. The fit is ok, but not great. I'm normally between an 8 and a 10. I tried the 10 on first, which was way to big. The 8 fit way better (that's what I have on in the photo), but if you're busty a more fitted waist leads to a bit of pulling in the chest. The shoulders were also oddly poufy.
My guess is this will go on sale, so I would hold off unless you absolutely love it.
June 30, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by anthroinNY Cute but too sheer in person
Such a cute button-down - I envisioned wearing it with many things to work once spotted online. However, online pic is misleading - shirt is definitely lightweight but more sheer in person - a camisole will be a must. There is also, as another reviewer pointed out, a breast pocket in person, which is a nice touch and doesn't add bulk. Fits TTS - I am 34C, 27in waist and 2 fit perfectly. Hem was a little long - longest part of the back hem reached just below my bottom. I did not find the cut through the shoulders constricting, and I am fairly broad-shouldered - would not size up.
March 14, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by shopgirlchic Wish it wasn't so sheer
Was lucky enough to secure the last size 14 online after trying the size 12 in store. The print is adorable, I have the strawberry dress from anthro from a few years back and still love it's whimsical print years later. As other reviewers mentioned, it is well made, this brand seems to be new to Anthro and the pieces that I have seen so far all seem to be interesting and fun and well made. I do wish this wasn't as sheer though, as a cami underneath s absolutely necessary which takes away from the cool crisp summer shirt idea if you have to be layering. The print is vibrant though even though the cotton is thin. The size is true if not a TOUCH generous if comparing to some brands that seem to be ever shrinking, even if you are busty, you likely will not need to size up. A great print, can't wait to wear it!
March 20, 2012