Old Navy printed lightweight sweater – Size S – I really liked the looks of this sweater online, so I was happy to try it on. The black print is cool. Interestingly, this cut like J Crew’s Tippi sweater and runs one size small, just as some of the Tippis did.
I was stretching it to put it on. The faded part you see at my right under arm is stretch, not a smudge on the mirror.
Size S – The blue print is cool, too. The weight is on the thinner, but didn’t feel cheapie. It’s not going to work in hot, hot weather. But you knew that w/those 3/4 sleeves.
I didn’t see much of the faded like I did on the black, due to overstretching. If you’re a pencil skirt gal, this is a perfect pairing. It’s a gem for many looks, actually.
Size S – This is called green combo and it’s neonish yellow-green, green-yellow. See thru and I think even if I got into the size I need — M — it would still be a little sheer.
Size M – This was the color I was most interested in and it didn’t disappoint irl. I love it. I knew the sweater was available in-store, based on the online search feature. I had to hunt for it, though, and found small folded stacks on a very low shelf. Keep your eyes peeled.
Size M – This was my second favorite option. I thought it would look cool with the white bubble necklace or another statement. I didn’t care for the color tones on me, though. At the moment I really want to feel jazzed about something if I buy it. Like want to wear it the next day. I tend to stockpile things for certain weather and occasions, forgetting about them when the time comes. I’m definitely in the process of changing that and for me it means being really, truly excited about a piece when I’m in it.
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p.s. Recvd my Groopdealz beaded rose necklace. I’m very happy with it. J Crew’s version (review) is made of wood. This one is plastic/acrylic, but the total weight feels substantial. Not too heavy, though. Big thumbs up.