Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 (16 Reviews)
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Reviewer: Shalice (Riceville, TN) 3/10/2015
I ordered the onyx in this top. I normally wear a 2x, but I ordered a size up due to the reviews. It fits perfectly. Really helps hide the belly area too! I was hesitate to order a top that costs this much, but this is for a special occasion and I think it's going to do just fine!
Reviewer: MommaH (Red Bank, NJ) 2/6/2015
Love This Top
I took the advice of previous reviewers and ordered a size larger; I'm glad I did. I usually wear a 2X, but I ordered the 3X and it fits perfectly. I wish the black was still available for me to purchase because I love this top as it is a stunning addition to my wardrobe.
Reviewer: tiffany (Concord, NC - NORTH CAROLINA) 11/10/2014
I purchased one size larger due to the reviews I saw. It fits perfectly!
Reviewer: Jessica Stinner (Escondido, CA) 9/22/2013
Gorgeous Piece - Some Problems with the Fit
I had to exchange this top out once for sizing. All my other pieces from Kiyonna are 2X's, but I needed this in a 3X because the arms and shoulders were too snug. The 3X fits me up top, but is a bit baggy in the hip area. It's not enough to be a huge issue and I probably don't have the same proportions as a lot of the people out there. Either way, I love the design and especially the color on this top (I bought it in Jade); it's well-constructed and classy.
Reviewer: Mel (Washington, DC) 7/12/2013
Caution for Pale Skinned
I love this top. I bought it in 2 colors and love that it can be worn in both a work and casual setting. My words of caution are for other extremely pale skinned purchasers. I didn't realize that there was a nude underlay on the chest and back of the shirt (I clearly didn't read the description well). This "nude" underlay is actually about 2 skin tones darker than me, as I'm rather pale. Since the arms of the shirt are lace, without the underlay of nude, you can clearly see the difference between lined lace and my skin. I found that this was more apparent with certain colors. For me, the purple did not show the contrast as starkly as the grey or black.