I don't like them - they hit at a really odd point in the midsection. Maybe someone with a short torso would look alright in them, but I think they are very oddly cut.And the sequins... eh? Maybe it's just me, but I think it's weird to just have it on the front two panels of the shirt.
nooooooooooooooooope. weird length, and i hate the neckline. seems like it would flatter no one.
looks better on the models, could see it with a little black dress, holiday party or NYE
They're so boxy, and the sequins at the shoulder seem like weird sequin cardigan thick straps.
I think they're cute! I think the length is great - you would wear them with something high-waisted, or to define the waist a little.
The silver one is okay (although that length would be hideous on me), but they all have a Bye Bye Birdie sock-hop vibe to them. Maybe for a rockabilly wedding?
I really wish I loved them.
I like all three of them, but as with all cardigans I'd have to try them on. I have some shorter ones that look great with one piece dresses!
These photos are very unflattering! They look better on the model on the website but it still looks a bit pleather-y.Cheap cashmere + cheap sequins probably means the cashmere's from China (= ecologically very unsustainable) and sequins sewn by a home worker getting paid a pittance (or even child labour).
Sleeve shape needs to be slimmer. That boxy flare out above the wrist is fug on practically everyone. Another one for the meh camp.
Ashamed that I kinda dig them - must be my inner tweeny bop but I want to pair the black with a Smiths shirt and doc martens.
No.Making one part of a garment sparkles and the other part not is cheap design philosophy.
No.. They don't look well made or designed. And I fucking love a bit of sparkle-tack.Hannah
first time commenting: NO.