Women's Long Sleeve Linen Cotton Shaker Drape Cardigan
Land's End, please bring this back in largest plus sizes!!!
This is exactly what so many of us need, particularly if we want to wear a shell underneath something for the office and yet don't want to swelter all day in carbon-saving buildings which keep the air-conditioning set to go on only above 75 degrees or so. Cool, professional, go-with-anything covers that are long enough to go over tunics, even, are at a premium. How sad not to be able to buy several of this simple, classic style because you ran out of the largest plus sizes so long ago!
May 14, 2013
I like the shape and color and fit.
May 12, 2013
Lovely lightweight, but not sheer, sweater. Rich looking. The blue color is a nice deep shade.
May 4, 2013
Great color and pattern
Love the color and fit! Wore it to an outdoor wedding and it was just what I needed!
April 15, 2013
I got this on sale at the store... so I now feel that the price and the style are more in line. I agree... for regular price, you probably won't feel like you got your money's worth. The sweater is light -- for Spring/Summer wear... def not for winter. That being said, it looks really nice on and drapes well. I'm looking forward to things warming up around here, so I can wear it. I purchased the White, one size up: Medium (because they were out of Smalls) and it still looks/hangs nicely. I'm sure the Small would have fit fine though... if they had had it in stock. I'm 5'4", 34B, 135lbs.
March 21, 2013
Perfect for Spring
This cardigan fits beautifully. The length is perfect for me, as I'm only 5'3" , and have to be careful about sweaters that are too long. Yes, it is lightweight, but that makes it perfect for spring or cool summer evenings. Also, I love the coral color. I usually stay away from bright colors, but the shade struck me as "in" and "fresh." The price was a little steep, and that's why I gave it four stars instead of five.
March 6, 2013
go to cardigan
I bought this cardigan in navy blue, not the coral as i thought the coral would be too limited in what i could wear it with. The navy blue is great, a nice rich looking navy blue. I can wear just about anything under neath this cardigan and it looks good. a nice polished look. fits true to size.
February 28, 2013
Not as happy as I though I would be with this cardigan.
I ordered this sweater because I'd been looking for a drape cardigan. I love the look of them; they don't have buttons which eventually fall off and can't be replaced. This cardigan is okay--not great. It is a thin knit. I would have liked something a little thicker. The coral color is a bit too bright. Coral doesn't go with much except for the striped shirt that is shown with the cardigan (which I also bought). A navy blue shirt or a white shirt would work also, so the color is limiting. When I wear the cardigan, I feel like it is stretched out a lot around my hips (I bought a 2X), but that 'feeling' may be just my imagination--it could be due to the stretchy yarn. The front of the cardigan, where it drapes, is the most important part. I am disappointed in the front, as the edges of the knit curl up and will not lie flat no matter what I do. I am keeping the cardigan and have worn it, but not as happy with it as I was hoping I would be. The cardigan runs true to size, though, so that is a positive.
February 22, 2013
Way too Loud
I am a long time Lands End fan and I really wanted to love this sweater. I ordered the Coral Rock thinking it would be a muted/faded pinkish coral. It is a neon pink that is hideous! Also the stitching is weird and does look cheap. Went back immediately!
February 20, 2013
Flimsy & Thin
I liked the style of this sweater and it fit true to my normal size in a petite medium. I have been looking for a v-neck white sweater to replace one I have had for a very long time from Lands' end. This looked very promising with an updated style. The overall quality of the sweater yelled cheap, cheap, cheap. Very thin and flimsy. Given the price of the sweater I expected much better quality. It is going right back.
February 20, 2013