I like that this sweater, although short sleeved, is a bit heavier than a lot of TL sweater tops. Some are so thin they are almost sheer but that is not the case with this one. It will easily transition from fall to spring to summer even. I am between M & L and I went with the M due to other reviewers noting the stretch and am happy with the fit. I like the longer length.
...but I still love it! I have this sweater in black and the dark blue, and both of them are very comfortable and flattering. They do seem to stretch out after a bit of wear (so that gives it a '4' for the fit), but a quick spin in the dryer after hand-washing returns it back to normal. These sweaters are very versatile and can be easily dressed up or down. I particularly like to wear them with the tab-waist Drew pants and heels. So cute!
I bought this sweater in black and sapphire blue, I wish the store had turquoise. I really love the cozy fit and it really looks great on. It is very nicely made as well. The blue is more of a purplish blue but it is beautiful.
Review 4 for Drape-Neck Sweater Tee
Date:September 12, 2012
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
It is cute, but beware....
When I first got this in the mail and tried it on, I didn't know what the other reviewers were talking about...it didn't droop down my shoulders at all. However, I wore it to work today and it did indeed stretch out. I don't mind too much because I like the material and color, and I bought it on sale. Definitely stretches out so get a size smaller if you want to purchase this.
This top is just ok. I like the colors, weight, and feel of the material. I don't like how long it is and how wide the neck is. I'm petite and I'm use to things being too long on me, but this top seems even longer than most. The neck is so wide it doesn't cover my bra straps. The neck didn't seem that wide when I tried it on, it seemed to hang nicely. But sure enough the first time I wore it all day it kept kreeping up in the front, down in the back, and off my shoulders. I was constently pulling it forward. Not sure I will wear it again.