Customer Reviews Of:
Paperwhite Cotton Dolman Shirt - Elbow Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. Pen-and-ink fabric and unique construction techniques make Paperwhite's dolman shirt a one-of-a-kind boutique piece that's sure to stir up some artistry in your wardrobe.
Average Rating based on 7 reviews 3.285714 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Beth from Portland OR on Sunday, October 14, 2012This is the "coolest" shirt I have ever worn - I can feel air move through the fabric all the time, so it is perfect for very warm weather and it doesn't wilt or look sloppy.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Appleseed from N.B. Canada on Saturday, September 22, 2012Wanted to love this shirt but had to return. Not a flattering design. Very uncomfortable.
Not sure what body type it would work for.
- Cons: Badly Designed Neckline, Weird shape
- Pros: Good fabric
Verified Buyer Reviewed by DD Super Shopper from San Diego CA on Tuesday, August 14, 2012I am a fan of paperwhite and hoped this shirt had more of a tailored look than it did. One reviewer mentioned that it has the 80's big shirt look and thats the best description for the shape. I contemplated a smaller size, and I may do that - but it didn't wow me. I think to wear it belted would be attractive - but that's not a good look for me. Back it went.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gardengal from PNW on Monday, July 2, 2012I like Paperwhite shirts but the cut of this one was just unflattering on me. The dolman sleeves added too much width under the arms so that there was no torso definition. I am small in the torso so this didn't flatter my shape but it could look great on someone more curvy or well endowed.
I liked the fabric, which was a lightweight but high quality cotton, and I liked the print, a nice detailed black and white or grey neutral.
- Cons: Wide boxy
- Pros: Nice lightweight fabric
Verified Buyer Reviewed by andyslo from Los Angeles on Saturday, June 16, 2012Wife wore it to work and was complimented. Fits nice. No issues.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sierrafan from Lehigh Valley, PA on Wednesday, June 13, 2012Has that 80's big shirt look. Too big to tuck in. Paperweight has great quality and workmanship. I'm keeping & seeing if it grows on me - but it's a little dark & big.
- Best Uses: Work
- Cons: Big Styling
- Pros: Lightweight
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Daisy from Cedar Rapids, IA on Saturday, June 9, 2012Love Paperwhite shirts. The silhouette of this shirt is different, the collar detail is nice. The fabric is nice but the print is boring. I'll keep it anyway--it is a nice shirt overall
- Best Uses: Work
- Cons: Boring fabric
- Pros: Comfortable, Washes well