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Marie124
San Francisco, CA
Reviews: 59
Average Rating: 4.0
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Great basic tank
I have this tank in black and in white and both are great. The tank is meant to fit a bit large, but it isn't nearly as long on me as it appears to be on the model. It hits just below my hip bone. I got my normal size for a loose fit, though probably could have sized down. I also think it's more flattering than it appears to be on the model. The material doesn't pill very much and the tank hasn't become misshapen with hand washing, like rayon often does.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Okay
Pretty comfortable for what it is. Doesn't dig into my hips or create weird bulges, which something that you definitely want in underwear that is supposed to be sexy. Fit is similar to the low rise hanky panky thong, but there's (obviously) less coverage in front, and the thong does at times travel to places where you'd rather it not be. I find myself adjusting a lot, so I don't wear it very often.
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Posted November 10, 2011
Great basic blouse
I own two of these, in white and in black, and they're both flattering and they feel good on. The only drawback is that sometimes they feel too masculine, and the pocket flaps seem to wrinkle easily while I'm wearing the shirt, which just looks weird. I was initially concerned about what size to order, since I heard they run large, but I ordered my regular size (a small) and it has a nice, loose fit without being so huge that I'm swimming in it. I avoid dry cleaning whenever humanly possible, and have washed my Equipment shirts a number of times (in the machine in a mesh bag on delicate/cold with Woolite), hung them dry, and steam pressed them, and haven't had any problems at all with stretching or shrinking or fading - they're well-made blouses.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Posted January 11, 2014
Leather looks cheap
I'm a 34C and usually a 4 on top; the S fit well through the shoulders and waist, but pulled a bit across the chest when I buttoned it all the way up. The cut is flattering and the wool is nice and doesn't seem like it will pill at all, but the leather looks plastic-y and the buttons look a little cheap in person.
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Posted January 11, 2014
Very nice
I am 5'6", 120 lbs, usually a 26 in jeans and a size 4 in dresses/ tops. The size 4 fit me well overall, though it's looser than on the model. Given how short the pants are on the model, I figured they'd be the right-ish length on me, but they're actually very long and I'm going to have to have the pants taken up a few inches. The fabric is fine and has a nice weight to it - it's a lovely piece.
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Fit TTS, fabric not great
These fit the same as my other pairs of Newburys do. I typically wear a 7.5 or an 8 in most shoes and the 38 in these fit great. I wasn't as big a fan of the calf hair as I'd thought I would be, but they appeared well-made and the leather was soft and comfortable from the very beginning.
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Run large
These are very cute pants, but they run at least a size large. I ordered them final sale in a 26 and they fit more like boyfriend jeans or slouchy skinnies than actual skinnies, which is what I thought they'd be. They're looser through the legs and butt (and I have larger thighs & rear for my size), but they fit about right at my hips. I typically wear a 26 in J Brand and Rag & Bone and a 25 in Current/Elliot. I also have a really old pair of bootcut Citizens that are a 26 that fit just fine. For these, I would have definitely exchanged them for a 25 if that was an option. These are not quite as see-through as most white jeans can be, and the cut is flattering and the length is good.
Sizing: Larger than Expected
 
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lightweight and TTS
I wear a 4/S and this shirt fits true to size for a looser fit. If you wanted something more fitted, you could probably size down without it being too tight, even if you're a little busty. The cotton is on the thinner side, so it's slightly sheer - it's okay in pink, but you'd probably need a tank underneath if it was white. It has a nice drape and has washed well. The hems at the sleeves and bottom are not finished, so they roll a bit after you've washed it, but I think this adds to the casual aesthetic.
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Cute & lightweight
I am 5'6", 120lbs, 34C, and typically wear a 26 in jeans and a 4/S on top, I also have a long waist and short legs, so I tend to avoid rompers/ jumpsuits because I'm always nervous about whether they'll be long enough through the torso. Fortunately, the S fits great and is quite comfortable. The denim is thinner than I thought it would be, which is nice in the heat. The wash isn't quite as green as it looks in the picture on my screen. To me, it seemed like a normal chambray with just a hint of green.
Sizing: True to Size / As Expected
 
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Nude pumps
These are actually nude with a bit of a pink undertone, and not pink like they look in the photo. I have pink undertones to my skin, so many nude shoes are too yellow, but these are the perfect nude for me. They appear to be well made (though they're suede, so be sure to spray them with protector!) In terms of sizing, I have a wider foot and typically wear a 7.5 in heels, and the 7.5 in these is a bit snug. I've gone back and forth about whether to size up to an 8 (which I think might even be a bit too long), but the 8s were sold out, so I decided to keep the 7.5 and have them stretched. If you're between sizes, I'd suggest sizing up.
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