Classic button-down shirt in printed cotton (FA14, 23871, $64.50) runs XXS – XXL. This print is called 100% cotton.
Size M – shadow multi – I’m in between sizes in this top. I think I’ve settled for M in the few that I have to ensure there are no fit issues after I wash & dry it. It’s a basic. Pretty straight forward. I’m 37″ across the fullest part of my best and the top is a little big in that area. My stomach needs the extra room that a M offers. I’ve been working out regularly, but sabatoging my efforts. Those honey dijon Kettle Chips taste good at 11p. I need to switch to the snack size. I started apple cider vinegar again yesterday. Remember that time I lost inches behind my back? Yeah. I need that again.
Factory pencil skirt in double-serge wool (FA14, $89.50) runs regular 00 – 20 (46575), petite 00 – 12 (B0384 and tall 00 – 20 (02888). Color choices are black, heather acorn, heather graphite, heather pine and pinot noir. The skirt is available in all colors in the three sizes, except no heather pine in petite. 70% wool, 30% viscose, 100% poly lining.
Size 6 – heather pine – A couple years ago, these skirts only came in regular and they were shorter. The regular fit great, lengthwise. If I were buying this, I’d get the 8P. The length is just a bit dowdy. I’m 5’0″ and measure 39″ across the hips. I love this color.
The wool is a little different than the retail version because it’s a blend. It’s still a good basic, esp for the right color and if you wear pencil skirts.
Factory Clare cardigan in horses (A9030) runs XXS – XXL. The color is called dusk navy (DNA). 100% cotton.
9/11 – $44.97 in-store vs. $44.50 on promo online
Size M – The Clare cardi is 100% cotton, but it’s so thin. It’s always been a little thinner than the retail Jackies, but it seems even more cheaply made now. I size up to M in both factory and retail. I only buy the Clare if I absolutely have to have the color or motif on it.
p.s. Altuzarra for Target launched today on Target.com and on Net-A-Porter. Yes, I waited up until the site flipped. Easy for me as it was 12am. God bless you East Coast fashionistas waiting till 3am or setting your alarm to get up.