Striped two-in-one top ($59.50) runs in regular & petite sizes. There’s only this one color combo.
Size S -The size S fit ok once I got it on. It wasn’t easy to get overhead. There’s no stretch to the poly, collared portion of the top. If you have a big head, it might not fit. It was far more sheer than I was expecting. The sweater layer is thin, but I didn’t expect this level of sheerness between that and the striped top. The issue is that the top part is like a dickie. The striped top is in three sections: the hem, the cuffs and the shoulders, but only to the upper chest. The striped top isn’t a full shirt.
Heart print sweatshirt ($54.50) runs in regular and petite sizes. The color is navy.
Size S – The S fit fine, with a little bit of slack, which is nice. I didn’t see this online before going into the store, so I didn’t know it was supposed to be a sweatshirt. The exterior felt more sweater than sweatshirt, not a bad thing. And the interior felt like a sweatshirt.
Stripe ruffle blouse ($59.50) runs in regular and petite sizes. There are two color choices and I’m reviewing both here.
The ruffles are just the right volume. So no, you can’t pair this with a velvet suit for a When Doves Cry costume. Even though the ruffles aren’t exaggerated online, I totally thought of my first boyfriend.
Size S – light rose mist – I thought this was really, reallly cute online and it didn’t disappoint irl. I usually don’t like a rounded collar, but it’s just the right size and the curve goes nicely with the flowy ruffles. If/when I get it, it’ll be my silent tribute to Prince. I like the fit in the torso, but the arms don’t fit properly. I’m 5’0″ and would go for a PM.
Coatigan ($98) runs in regular sizes XS/S, M, L/XL and petite XS/S, M, L/XL.
Size M – I thought the tag said M/L, but I guess I tried on the M. As a reminder, I’m 5’0″. It’s hard to get a gauge on sizing, but I think I’d get the PM. The arms weren’t too tight. I didn’t find it to be itchy.
It was comfortable and the fit was everything you’d expect from a coatigan. It wasn’t very heavy, which is good because it’s so long. The downside is how warm will it keep you. If you’re trying to wear it outdoors as a light jacket, weather might work against that if it’s cold. I like how the sleeves held the cuffs I made.
Geo stitch sweater ($59.50) runs in regular and petite sizes. There are 2 color choices. The one I’m reviewing and deep bayou blue, which looks nice.
Size S – deep blackberry – I’m into the wine shades this year. The sweater was very tight in the arms. I almost didn’t think it was going to go on. I guess you could size up one if you wanted a looser fit overall. I think if it fits close to the body, it will look good if you feel comfortable. It’s definitely figure flattering. The nice open neckline. The only thing is those open stitches will show skin.
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