Reviewers rated this product: -Fits Slightly Large -
Good For: -Casual / Travel -
Past Season Color
Fabric Body: Barcode Wicking Jacquard
Center Back Length: 24.5" / 62 cm
Apparel Fit: Semi-Fitted
Weight: 6.8 oz. / 192 g.
Two layer design
Flattering neck line
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 4 out of 5 by bailey Runs big
I got a medium and it fits very big on me (5'8"). The tank underneath is attached by flimsy strings on the shoulder that I cut off to wear it separate.
December 23, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Instig8rGirl Should have sized down.
I'm 5'3", 145lbs, 36DD, and usually a large works perfect for me for most MH tops. So I ordered a L in this top and it's bigger than I want it to be. I think it's supposed to be somewhat flowy, but it's too flowy for me. If I sized down I think it would fit and look a lot nicer on me. Plus the shirt is WAY to low cut and I almost spill out of it, and the shirt sits weird on my body with the tank top attached the way it is. I agree with another reviewer that it would have been nice to put little snaps to attach the tank rather than sewing it on. BUT the fabric is nice and light, and the Dolomite color I ordered is a pretty color. Definitely more of a casual wear item.
October 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by CBear Pretty and Soft
Great idea - but not so practical for yoga for things like down dog or tree or poses where the hood keeps fallling over your face. It's also difficult to tuck to try to combat this issue. It is silky soft and feels really good on though. So great for mat based exercises or general use.
September 25, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by SeraSoleil A great fall layer
Love the fabric, it's texture is classy and subtle. I find that this shirt runs large. Also, it's long sleeve, but not a warm shirt. The fabric is light and airy. Good for early fall layering. The tank comes attached, but there's no mechanism for reattaching it if you want to wear the outer layer alone, or with a different layer underneath. A tiny snap would've done the trick and made this garment more versatile. Definitely for street wear as opposed to active hiking.
September 8, 2012