Easy-Peasy Blazer, $98.00:
Pass. The material felt really nice and soft, and I love the double-breasted look, but this blazer just looked way too bulky on me. On a shorty like me, it also was just the wrong length because the hem hit me right across the fullest part of my hips, making me look GIGANTIC. The loose, boxy-ish shape didn't really help either. I'm wearing this in my normal size. I don't know if sizing down would solve this issue because I was too lazy to grab another one. I can see this working on someone taller and slimmer, though, but for my stumpy pear-shaped body, this is a no-go.
All Angles Blouse, $128:
Pass. This is one billowy top! It feels super soft and comfortable, but it was just too much fabric for my tiny body. I'd say that due to the generous cut, you could easily get away with wearing it 1-2 sizes smaller. The side tie doesn't serve any function, so you can't tighten the bottom of it. The sleeves are huge, and if you're wearing a regular bra with this top, the sides of it WILL show if you lift up your arms in this top. I tried wearing it with a more fitted topper to see if that would make this work, but as you can see for yourself below, the result is a pathetic waaah-waaaaaaah. Also, I have no idea what makes this top worth $100+.
Sequin Flame Blazer, no longer available online:
Pass. I thought I would love this, but I was pretty underwhelmed. The sequins on the collar kept scratching the back of my neck, and the ones at the cuffs were irritating as well. I sized down with this jacket (wearing one size under my regular size) and it still fit pretty well in the arms and shoulders. I couldn't get it to button, but I liked how it looked open in the smaller size.
A Separate Space Skirt, $49.95:
Want. Forgive the top I'm wearing with this skirt, as it doesn't really "go" at all, haha! I'm wearing this in my regular size and it fit well and snug, so I'd say that this one runs TTS. It is made out of a wonderfully weighty material that I adored. It's heavy enough to stay put in the wind too, I reckon, yet light enough to look kicky when you stroll around. The skirt went up to my waist exactly where it should have, and though it's a little long and went past my knees, I still like it. I can see this working with some cute rust-orange tights and brown heels!
Gull Wing Dress, $168:
Pass. Don't get me wrong -- this dress will definitely look awesome on some people. But on me, I wasn't a fan. I tried on the red color because it is super punchy and saturated, which I adore. However, I believe that the navy blue colorway looks much more expensive than the red color, which reads kind of cheap. The material was soft, but not as soft and comfortable as I thought a $168 dress should be. If this were $70, I would consider it a great deal, though. The ribbon sash ties right at the waist, and I took this in my regular size. It was a little loose, though, so I think going down a size is feasible as well. For someone small-chested like me, the low cut was also not a problem.