Well, most of the NAS has been a bust for me so far. : ( I have been very excited to receive the items I ordered, and then disappointed in short order when I tried them on. They haven't even been worth posting K/Rs because they have just been BAD.

I was very excited about the EF asymmetric hem top, but the sleeves are snug, and they make me appear much rounder through the arms and shoulders than I'd like to emphasize. While the other EF top I have is drapey and wonderful, the fabric content of the one for fall has much more stretch and fits like a regular polyester jersey top.

I was looking for another pair of slouchy track type pants for fall, and the Halogen zip detail pant seemed just the thing. But these pants are a VERY poor fit for athletic legs. They are large in the waist, but small in the calf area. Bending at the knee makes them uncomfortable, and there isn't any give in the fabric. I love the style, but the fit won't work for me.

I am still waiting on the Vince Camuto lace inset dress. I loved the lace sheath dress and skirt others have ordered, but I definitely look better in a dress with a little more fabric over the hips. I remain hopeful that SOMETHING will work!

And I think I will keep the Topshop boots. The size up is almost certainly big, but I am also not sure how a boot like this is supposed to fit. They are easy to slip on and off, and my toes don't hit the end like my left foot did in the size down. I'd almost like to order another pair in the size down because I think the first pair was just plain wonky, but I feel "difficult". Maybe I'll just pop insoles in the pair I have and call it a day.

I SO wish we had a Nordstrom for me to shop in, but we aren't scheduled to have one until fall/winter of this year (I think?). Even then, it will be over an hour away. But it would sure cut down on shipping if I could try things on in person!

Any suggestions on track pants for athletic legs or drapey/asymmetric tops?

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