I love having a Tory Burch Boutique at my mall since I hate returning items online. It’s so nice to try things on to gauge fit and really see what the material or pattern is like up close. Friday afternoon allowed me a few hours of “me-time” so I set out to Tory to check out the new items.
I unexpectedly loved this little blouse. The hooks in back at the neck were a little tricky to connect without looking but I was finally able to manage. The neck is a small cowl-neck and is 100% silk. It felt wonderful on. The orange and grey will transfer nicely from Fall to Winter.
It also comes in a black print.
This is a silk cashmere blend and despite it being really warm in the dressing room this felt comfortable on. This also comes in Black, which is probably the color I’d get. The fit is true-to-size and the pink is not very sheer at all.
My exchange for the size 8 was messed up and I never did receive the size 10. Luckily my store did get this top in and I had it held in the size 10. This size is not as form-fitting as the size 8 was and fit looser in the chest and waist. There are darts at the bust the were a little lower than I would have like and so I’m not too sure the size 10 was the better fit. I’ve added this to my wishlist in both sizes so I hope to grab this on sale.
This is a lovely tunic. I usually stay away from the Tory Tunics since the neckline is cut really low. Though this one is cut low, it lays nicely and isn’t over-exposing. The body and arms of the tunic is silk while the contrasting collar, neckline and cuff are cotton poplin. The cut is very flattering as well.
The zippers on either side expose additional material and not skin, like some other trendy zipper sweaters do. I liked that feature on this sweater as it means you don’t have to layer. It also comes in Black and Navy.
So that’s a little Tory for today. I have some dresses/bottoms scheduled for tomorrow.