Super cute color and concept, but the execution and fit was not great for my body (athletic, broad shoulders, narrow waist). The jacket was too short for me, didn't taper in enough at the waist, and seemed to have an excess of fabric around the bust/armpit area. If you are long in the torso, hourglass, or pear shaped, this may not be the best for you. Apple shapes with long legs will probably do better. The material is jersey like, so it will pill over time. Yes, the shoulder pads stick out, so it does not lay on the shoulders like on the model. These could be removed, if you wanted to undo the stitching on the inside. Despite getting it for 50% off on sale, I'll be returning it.
I was hoping for a scarf where the pink ombre really looked pink. This one is more of a flesh tone, and therefore I felt that it was a bit blah for what I was looking for. The scarf is, otherwise, very silky and lays great. Too bad about the color.
Love this skirt for fall. It is, as many others have said, not a super bright pink but a bold, deep magenta. The fabric is nice quality, soft with a hint of a stretch. It is definitely a professional, wear to work skirt. It is a bit baggy on my waist, so I will have to tailor it. Had I not gotten it for half off I might have returned it for that reason.
When ordering online, I never know whether to order an XS or a S. This sweater, I would say, runs on the smaller size, so if you are caught between two, go up. It is short in the waist, so if you have a long torso like myself, it might be problematic. Also, it is cut like a box, so there is no tapering in at the waist. The purple color is a lovely rich one. The green is a bit lackluster and faded looking. The material is quite thin. I will be returning.
This is a great addition to any fall wardrobe. I'm in the midst of a wardrobe overhaul, and instead of buying new clothes, this belt seems to instantly update everything. Looks nice enough to wear to work, and very slimming for the waist. The color is true to the picture. I typically wear a limited XS, went with the small for my waist and it's perfect.
Let me echo other reviewers: wow. Super flattering. They make my legs look a mile long. These are not the classic "skinny to the point of being painted on" pants that seem to be so popular right now (and which I still do not own). They are professional looking, slim and straight, just like the description, with just enough room through the calf and thigh to go down straight without bunching, but slim enough to fit into boots and no one will ever know they aren't "skinny" pants. The color is more beautiful in person, a little more purple like a dark port, and seriously a color that can go with anything. I downsized from a 2 to a 0 because the waist gapped a little, but I seriously could have gone either way.
I bought black and red when they were on sale for $19 each. I am a true drew size 4, but ended up sizing down to a 2, because I felt the waist was a wee big and the butt a little saggy on the 4. I think it will depend on your proportions. The fabric is thick, a bit stiff even, which can be a good and bad thing. I just wish they were 0.5 in- 1in longer, because they ride up when I sit down. I might take the cuff down manually. But otherwise, for $19 bucks plus a $15 dollar reward coupon, I didn't feel I could pass them up. FYI, not all of the drew shorts this summer are fitting the same. The OBR polka dot drews run much larger, and the drews with navy palm trees on them also run larger (the fabric is different than for the solids, which don't have a whole lot of stretch). Its a bit annoying, so go to the store to try on for sure.
This is a great addition to the current outback red collection. The color in person is more of an red orange than a true red, shown in the picture. I am not sure why there is an XXS, and why they didn't just make it an XS. I usually wear an XS, but went with the XXS this time, otherwise I thought the fabric was too billowy at the waist. The XXS is slightly tight around the bust, so it was a trade off. 99% of the time I would NEVER buy a shirt with this kind of cut, as I have a narrow waist and broad shoulders that typically isn't flattered by cute tops like this. But I felt that the XXS did the trick. The detail at the neck is nice, though there is no give/stretch, so if you have a large neck, it might be uncomfortable. But, I was happy enough to purchase the item on 40% off. Probably if you have my same problem (broad shoulders, narrow waist), you could also make a larger one of these tops work just fine with a skinny belt around the waist to bring the fabric in.
I typically wear drew, but really liked a black pair of capri exact stretch pants I bought earlier this spring, so I recently went back to buy white capris. Having shied away from white pants for years, I have to say that both the white and the black are equally flattering. If you are a drew you need to size down, as these will stretch out. They hold up in the laundry well, and technically do not need to be ironed, but due to the stretch in the fabric, when they come out of the dryer or after hang drying (I have done both), they are a little wrinkly. Depending on the occasion you might want to iron. My only issue is that I have somewhat muscular calves, though not overly so, so after sitting, I typically have to manually pull them down when I stand up again, otherwise they stay hiked up. I imagine you'd have to have really twig calves to not have that problem due to the material.
This is a fantastic nautical shirt. It is very slimming despite the stripes, on account of close together stripes, side ruching, and a nice length. For those with a longer torso, this is your shirt, as the ruching will accentuate your waist. I love the 3/4 sleeves. It is made of a thick, slightly ribbed material, so it is not see through and feels very high quality. Wear it with white capris and you are ready for a nautical adventure.