This post should really be entitled, “The Time I Melted In The Dressing Room And Lived To Tell About It.”
In the first set of my reviews a few days ago, you will notice I started with a sideways braid.
But it started to unravel. And I started to unravel.
So, in the next few pictures, you will get to see me attempt to cool down by moving my hair off of my neck. It ain’t pretty.
It didn’t work.
This is going to be anti-climatic, but I am going to give away the ending.
I tried on fifteen items in a dressing room.
And I survived.
Who knew I was made of such
I really liked these pants on the hanger. These were too tight on my thighs. As most linen pants are. I wish I could remember what size I tried on the Level 99 Wideleg Linen Pants for you. I think it was a 28, because I think I wanted to try on a size 29 and they did not have it. Or it was the other way around. All I know is, maybe these would be good in a size up, but the store did not have it. Which was also good, because I did not have it in me to try one more thing on.
Told you, my reviews are helpful.
The color of these pants is amazing. If you can wear linen pants then these are for you.
The Pintucked Buttondown is so cute. In the print I am wearing, there are sweet little pastel birds lounging around. I am wearing a size six here. Kristin from Lovely Apidae bought this top a few weeks ago and it looks so much better on her. She gives a good representation of this top. It looks much better with jeans.
Then I tried on this Mahdia Peasant Top with a pair of Pilcro Stet Slim Bootcut Jeans. I like the jeans. They are a size 28. What do you think? I do not know if they are too short with these boots. But with flats, they might be too long. I also realize it is hard to tell because of the way I am standing. Remember, I was melting. So, this seems to be a good stance to take to sink into the floor. Other than that, I have no answer or excuse for you.
I added these pants to my wishlist. Please let me know what shoes I should wear with them. I am clueless.
I adored this top. It ended up being the same Mahdia Peasant Top as above, just in a different print. I am wearing a size six in both pictures. I am still unsure about it. I do not know. I did not add it to my wishlist, but I might. Purple is my least favorite color, but I love it with the turquoise necklace here.
Speaking of purple.
This Del Mar Tunic was the top I thought I was definitely going to buy before I tried it on. I loved it online. This is a medium. I have larger arms and this sleeve was not flattering on me.
Notice my hair and make up falling. The end is near, I’m sure.
What can I say about the Haru Pullover?
It has really good reviews on the product page.
It was not my favorite, but I think the sleeves are fun.
This Texture-Print Tunic was me stepping out of my comfort zone. This is a small. I think it is flattering. It is cute and preppy. It is not my style, but it would be great on someone whose style it is. I also think the center pink stripe is surprisingly flattering.
I think I would have really liked this sweater, except it was the last thing I tried on. And that dressing room was hot. And, well, this is a sweater. I like the color and the crochet panel. It is called the Sujet Top. I am wearing a small in this picture. I think this runs big. It was extremely comfortable. It is see through, so an undershirt of some kind is required.
Have you braved a dressing room lately? Do you like trying on clothes? Do you find yourself getting warmer in the dressing room?
P.S. I recently did Free People Spring Reviews, too!