Very happy with this scarf. It has some wool and cashmere in it, so it's warm, but neither heavy nor scratchy. I got the light green color and have worn it with darker colors. Haven't noticed any shedding.
Didn't mind the fact it was sheer. The large brownish buttons though look dowdy, as do the front pockets. It is light and airy and looks good with jeans, but not so much with skirts or dresses, which is what I wanted it for. I wish you'd offer again the tiered/artisan linen cardigans from a couple of years ago. Mine are falling apart, but I still get compliments when I wear them.
This and other belts I've bought from JJill are awesome in terms of price and quality, but they always run large. It shouldn't be that hard to add an extra hole on the XSS. Otherwise I have to resort to home-made remedies and butcher the belts with a knife.
A comfortable casual style in a soft pastel print. Sit below the waist with a touch of stretch. Slightly fitted through the hips and thighs. 25" inseam, 23" petite. Cotton and spandex. Machine wash. Imported.
Someone gave me print pants years ago when they were available only at art fairs. I never warmed up to them. Always thought they looked like pj bottoms. The print on these crops looked so discreet on the photos that I decided to give them a try, but it's much more obvious on the pants themselves. The crops are otherwise well-made, and I wish I could love them. But I'm also noticing fewer women wearing this style and am wondering if the fad's wearing off already. Not a good investment, in my opinion.
I've hesitated about this dress over the past year. The reviews warned it was too loose, so finally I decided to risk it and ordered the smallest possible size-0P (I'm 5'2''-115lbs). It fit perfectly through the chest and although loose around the middle was not too bulky. The material is glossy and the colors so much more vibrant than pictured online.
I now have three of these shorter wearever tanks. Love the shorter length because I don't end up with too much loose fabric every time I sit down. Love the colors too. The pink looks awesome with jeans and a black or blue jacket.
I join the many reviewers who have pleaded for the return of a full specturm of shelf-bra tanks. I have two from several years ago, and they are my only shelf-bra tanks with wide shoulder straps. I love them! Can't say the same for the perfect tanks. They simply are not perfect without a shelf bra. Especially since the material is getting progressively thinner, any bra worn underneath shows through the tank, and, of course, the bra needs to be strapless so as not to show from under the tank straps. The arm holes are too wide and the tanks are larger than they used to be. Because of the lycra, the material doesn't feel much like cotton, but that's the least of my concerns.
Versatile style with stretch rib-knit drawstring waist for easy, all-day wear. Zip front with hook-and-bar closure and single inside button. Angled side pockets and back patch pockets. Topstitched detailing. Back darts. 25" inseam, 23" petite, 25" women’s. Linen and viscose rayon. Machine wash. Imported.
My love-hate relationship with linen continues. The white and blue colors in these crops were too sheer. The steel color is not, but it looks faded. On the plus side, the linen-rayon blend is soft and breezy, not itchy like pure linen. But the pants sag a lot and end up looking like sweats. The elastic waist rides down and needs to be adjusted constantly. The cut below the knee curves inward. Definitely not a dressy look, and even the sale price strikes me as a bit high for the quality.
A style you'll reach for again and again. Rolled trim at the rounded neckline and hem. Clear faux-crystal buttons along the placket. Long sleeves. Mid-hip length. Cotton, viscose rayon and nylon. Machine wash. Imported.