I’m not very good at practicing patience, so when I couldn’t find the Tivoli Scoopneck in-store I ordered it from the website instead. I couldn’t wait to see how the lace flower detailing would look in real life, and if this shirt was truly worth $88. And while I wouldn’t ordinarily do this I am about to share some real-life shots.
In my opinion, yes the shirt is totally worth it! It has a lovely periwinkly grey-purple tone to it and I loved it as soon as I opened the package. I ordered the shirt in a Medium and while I could probably size down to a Small I won’t because I’m guessing it will shrink a bit in the wash.
The Tivoli Scoopneck has a bit of ruching in the back which helps to create the slight a-line of the shirt. This ruching sat in the small of my back. Overall, the shape of the shirt is very flattering.
I know the floral detail looks a bit flat in my pictures, but that is because the shirt was fresh out of the package. A little bit of steam helped bring them to life right away. As you can see from the detail shot above the floral detail is layered and I found the application to be of good quality. I am not worried about losing any of the accents anytime soon. I will probably wash this shirt in a protective bag on the hand wash cycle to keep it in best condition.
Overall this shirt is a winner. I love it, and I can’t wait until it’s warm enough to wear it!
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