Pretty patterns on ethereal, silky fabric are a 21st-century update on 1960s flower child style—and 1860s Indian pashminas. We can picture this worn at a wedding with a simple shift, at a garden party over white linen, poolside with a glamorous wide-brimmed hat, or with a T-shirt and an armful of bracelets.
The print is just as colorful and fun as the photo. It's the wonderful idea of taking a big scarf and stitching up the sides to make a jacket. I enjoyed the fact that the collar is a different print. Going to hand wash this to make it last. :)
Didn't love it. The fabric was cheap and the colors lacked.
Absolutely perfect for an upcoming spring wedding. Couldn't be happier!!
I just wrote a review for the wrong item! this topper is just gorgeous. but even as broad as i am in the shoulders and busty, i really have trouble keeping it on. much larger than i expected. the fabric is thin as i expected it to be, but that makes using fabric tape a challenge. the sleeves are long - i'm a petite and the sleeves hung down over my hands. i may need to give it to someone taller, but it is just lovely. wore it to a wedding, but didn't get any compliments. but, then a wedding is all about the bride, right?!
The colors are not what was online so it looks like a different print. It is pretty and I may where a few times of the year. For the price its good.