I had a 2X Jenie which fits a lot like a bodysuit on me (very close to skin). I love it but wanted to try a 3X to compare. It’s still very form fitting but just a bit more relaxed. I would say it’s a tiny bit big around the arm holes in the 3x which is more noticeable because of the flowy cut of the sleeves, but I like it (and find the 2X armholes cut in a bit anyway). Both sizes look absolutely amazing with the Rai crop. Very nice with flowy skirts too. Love this T! My measurements are 45” bust, 42” waist. 50” hip and I’m 5ft3in tall
This seems like a great top. The fabric is stretchy and is very soft. I would recommend consider sizing up if you have a larger bust- I am normally a M in free label tops, but I sized up to a L for this one and it fits me snugly, I think the medium would have been too small, but I do have a larger cup size, If you have a smaller cup size, you will probably be okay with your normal size.
This shirt fits tight. I sized up from my regular Free Label size and prefer how that fits. The forest colour is incredible. It is my go to top now and absolutely love how flattering and fitted it is. Perfect for tucking into Reese wraps or rai crops. Because of the material and the coverage I am even able to wear it to work.
I got the Jenie T in Eggplant and Forest, and I am sincerely hoping it becomes available in more colors! I recently traveled and it was the absolute perfect shirt to layer with to accommodate multiple climates. It was a dream to tuck into Rai Crops and Loretta’s. FW idea: make it a long sleeve! I prefer the neckline of the Jenie to the Jade pullover; it lays much nicer. It has a lot of compression, so if you’re not looking for that, definitely size up. My measurements are 41-35-47 and I went with my normal size large.
This is a gorgeous bamboo top! It is very firm fitting, so if I wanted extra space, I’d size up compared to what I usually wear in Free Label. But I love it for a smooth tuck!