Rated 3 out of 5Â by Bostongrrrl ....DECEPTIVE....
I think the biggest deceptions r the pics....the sweater looks like its styled to b oversized, fall off shoulder naturally, and certainly dsnt give any "cropped" expectation. This is shown thru-out all the reviews....i got the strawbry, sz s.... however....Much to my surprise it was tight in the sleeves and shorter than i wanted. Even tho the description says the length is 21"....the models must b wearin a med or even a large. Im 5'2", 115, petite....and the small
was short (nt cropped). I exchanged for a med, fits better...bit oversized, still shortish, falls off shouldr naturally. Overall...if u want a short, tightly sleeved sweater, get ur sz or sz down. If nt, sz up. FP really nds to start displaying factual pics....no deception...or pleeeeeeeeeease FP tell us wat sz the model is wearing.......
Rated 4 out of 5
Â by Thc13 Needs some work and effort to make it look okay
I bought this sweater in the mocha colour, and the colour is pretty much as pictured. I sized up from my usual size xs to a small, based on other reviews. I'm 5'7.5", 103 lbs, 32B, 25" waist, 30" hip bones, 35" hips. I had a few problems with this sweater: the sleeves were too short and the length was too short and boxy to look remotely flattering. I was going to keep it anyway though because returns cost me 20$. After washing it though, I decided to try stretching the material while it was still wet and drying on a flat surface. I (gently but forcefully) pulled the sleeves, as well as the bottom of the sweater, and low and behold, the material stretched a good 7 or so inches. The bonus to making the sleeves and sweater longer is that it also makes it less boxy (the length increases and the width decreases). One thing to keep in mind when doing this technique is that you really want to go back and stretch the fabric some more every 30 mins to an hour as it dries so that it doesn't shrink back into its original state. I stretched my sweater about 3-4 times every 30-60 mins and then went to bed, so my sweater shrank back a little by morning, but not all the way. My pictures show how the sweater looked that morning, after some stretching. It originally (before the stretching) looked just like the sweater on the white brunette modelling the mocha and green sweaters in the studio pics (so the bottom of the sweater reached the top of my bum, and the sleeves were an inch shorted than they are now), and now the sweater looks more like the asian model in the golden sweater (mine now covers 2/3 of my bum as seen in my first pic, and the sleeves hit the bottom of my wrist). Next time I wash it, I will stretch the sleeves and sweater even more. They look great with this season's cords in pink! As a side note, I have also used this stretching technique on a few other FP sweaters/pullovers, and it works well for me!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by annie61 Great off-the-shoulder piece
Great sweater in the mocha color, which is almost a purplish-brown and black combo, hard to tell online. It's cropped but not drastically and looks great off the shoulder. Almost bought the ice combo color, but it didn't seem unique enough? I'm 5'4", 115lbs, small busted and bought a small to wear off the shoulder. The medium would've worked, too, but the XS wasn't drapey for the look i wanted.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Freepplgrl Deceiving Photo-Look at close up instead
I bought this sweater after seeing it irl at the store. It is a bit deceiving in the catalog/web photo as it looks like a uniform shade of pale pink, but it is actually a marled mix of cream/rose threads. The close-up photo of the sweater is more accurate than the catalog photo. On me, the sweater is not too cropped as other reviewers stated. I am 5'6" and it is about hip length on me. I bought my usual size small as the medium I tried on was way too oversized and slouchy. I imagine that it would be cropped on girls with longer torsos though. I would say to get your usual size for just the right amount of slouchiness. Overall, the sweater is a bit overpriced for what it is (hence the 4 stars), but I know I'll wear it a lot this spring. It has that effortless I-just-threw-this-on vibe to it that will make getting dressed less time consuming.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Deeeeeiiiiiii Much shorter, in length!
The top is actually much, much shorter than it looks in the photos. I'm 5'4" and it hits right at my belly button. It's a crop top, for sure.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Leeeah I really wanted to like this
I got this in the Stawberry combo and was a little disappointed with the fit. It is much shorter than it looks on the model. On me, it just looked frumpy, and didn't drape as nicely as I would have liked. The color isn't a solid washed out pink, but off white with rose threads intertwined, and overall the contrast of rose/white was too high to create a pink wash.
Also, the bottom curled up and did not lay flat. Sadly, I do not feel it is worth the price and I will be returning it. :(
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Shellibean Love This Comfy Sweater!
I got this sweater in the Mocha and Golden Marl. It is soft, slouchy and so comfortable. I ended up getting a large for more length and so the neck line would hang to the side more. If it stretches out a little, I put it in the dryer for 2 minutes (no more) to get the shape back. Looks great with a low slung belt too. So happy there are more colors to buy!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Shaberry Ahdorable And Breezy.
I got the Ice, and its so simple but fun!. You can dress it casually with just a pair of jeans and some flats. Or Have a cute high waist skirt peeking out underneath. You do have to watch catching it on something though, it will start to unravel... Its great for a breezy summer night! I love wearing it with one shoulder showing!