Factory embroidered cheers sweater (HO14, B3783, $78) runs XXS – XXL. The color is called ivory gold (IGO).
Size S – The size S fit as expected, so tts. It wasn’t tight, which was nice. I have a black bra on, to give you an idea of sheerness. It’s not opaque. You’ll have to mind what you wear under it. It wanted to feel soft to the touch, but it felt just a little rough to me. I’m 5’0″ and about 37″ across the fullest part of my chest.
I love the font, the size of the font, the gold threading and the exclamation point. Maybe cuz it makes me think of champagne. Yay-yer.
Factory skimmer pant in wool (FA14, $89.50) runs regular 00 – 16 (53528) and petite 00 – 12 (A9267). Color choices are black, heather evergreen, navy, saddle and vintage aqua. Online only.
Size 6 – vintage aqua – These run TTS. I have taken 6 for a few years now in J. Crew. Good news. They’re lined! The lining is poly, but it felt good and better than the retail skimmers in 100% wool with no lining. I love this color.
With the cheers sweater. I’m into red lipstick right again and thought that would look nice, even though it’s on my face and away from the pants. This combo is ok and would look great with gold heels. The pant color feels very spring-like, though.
Factory classic chambray shirt ($68) runs regular XXS – XXL (91506) and PXXS – PL (A4571). The color is called afternoon sky (ASK).
Size S – I take S or M in the factory button downs. This size S fit well. If you’re in-between sizes, consider taking the smaller of your sizes. I’m 5’0″ and measure appxo 37″ across the fullest part of my chest. I don’t mind the longer sleeves and would be fine with the S if I wanted to buy it in-store and not order a size equivalent PM online.
Factory wool skimmer pant in wool (FA14, $89.50) – Same as the aqua above.
Size 6 – heather evergreen – I couldn’t shake that the shade sometimes read grey. I guess it’s the heathering that didn’t do it for me. It’s a nice shade of green, but I think I wanted more of a forest. Not too dark, but the richness of a forest green.
With the classic chambray shirt reviewed above. Blue and green work well together, of course. I would have to play w/the styling a bit so that it looked more polished than just throwing on a top with wool pants.