Thursday, May 17, 2012

J. Crew Sequin Anchor Tank


j. crew sequin anchor tank, xxs
style #80404   price: $98.00





I did not like the tight and shorter fit of this tank. I am curious how an xs would fit.

10 comments:

  1. Oh! I was curious about that. An Anchor is placed differently on each tank? Interesting!

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    1. Mine is shot using the mirror in the fitting room! :)

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  2. This tank is super cute, combining two of my favorites: anchors and sequins ;) I think XS would be looser on you, but the neckline might also be lower. I wonder if a tailor can adjust the straps for you for a higher neckline though.

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    1. True about the neckline. I would be okay with an inch lower...just don't want any bra showing! :) Now I am so curious about the xs. Not that I would buy it at full price...but if it ever hits the right price sale price. :)

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  3. I really wanted the striped sequin tank but thought it was too long lol...this one is cute too!

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  4. Oh that is such a pretty top!

    Sequins + nautical - love it on you!

    oxo

    ML
    Twenty York Street
    www.twentyyork.com
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  5. Love that tank, but have to agree, would be so much cuter oversized! I'd go to a small / medium!

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  6. I LOVE the anchor and sequins together! The J. Crew drapey sequin top had the same problem. It was not drapey at all - it was super form-fitting. Would love to see how it'd look on you if you sized up.

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  7. That's very cute! Cute but still classy looking because of the sequin...

    By the way, visited from Extra Petite blog... I'm a petite also 5' tall and all... so just thought about stopping by. I love your outfits! :)

    ayumi

    www.chibi-chic.com

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