Like my review of Everlane's premium cotton A-line tank dress, this review might also be a little late in that most of the sizes are currently sold out at Everlane. But if you're a size 2 or 12, you're in still in luck. And if you're looking for a cute and breezy poplin top, then this is the summer top for you!
First a quick note on sizing: I usually get a 2 in Everlane tops so I got this in a 2 as well. But I think a 4 might have been a better size for me, especially since I don't want to show too much of my back. Since this top is not Everlane's usual over-sized style, it's better to get your true size (or one bigger than your usual Everlane size).
In general I thought this top was pretty cute and like I said a size 4 would have been better for me. Also there's a bit of "tenting" happening in the front (where it poofs out a bit). I think a 4 might have solved this problem, but if you're busty I'm sure this would happen to you as well in this top. There are two buttons at the shoulders that allow for the cutaway in the back. I'm just wearing a normal bra here and you can't see any of the straps (though Grechen from Grechen's Closet thought a racerback bra would be better with this top). In the end though I sent it back because the sizing wasn't quite right and like I said before, in general I have no patience to maintain poplin (either dry-cleaning or ironing).
P.S. You know how I was raving about Frame denim in this post, well this was my first pair of Frame denim (and the one that made me love the brand).