size 4: chest- 39", waist - 37.5"
size 6: chest- 40", waist - 38.5"
Size 4 -sail pink - I would call this pale lilac. It reads as purple to me. I won't argue though and we'll call it pale pink. purplepurplepurple I think the fuchsia will make it to sale because the color is very bright & electric. The Nicky top in fuchsia hung out for a bit in the sale section before finally selling out. I'm not sure if this lilac...whoops, sail pink color or navy will make it to sale. Of course it will if J Crew cuts the price quickly. However, I think once women try it on, they will like it and some might be inclined to pay fp. If they keep running regular price promos as they have recently, I think it will sell well during those times. Take the smaller of your J Crew numeric size in tops. I wear 4 or 6, sometimes 8 and the 4 fit well. Check it out on Feeling J Crewzy.
A full length sleeve. Not a bracelet sleeve. However, they might run a little short on long arms.
I like the pleating detail at the necklace. Pull overhead style with no zippers. Keyhole at the back neck with silk covered button.
I know, another silkie from J Crew. Another one that says dry clean only. I don't gamble on my laundry skill w/silk and have to factor cost & time when looking at silk tops. I still like it. Thumbs up for longer sleeves, even though I prefer bracelet. Thumbs up for this gorgeous color & the pleating at the neckline. Thumbs up for being able to get in-out of the top with relative ease.
If you like this color, but cannot or do not want to do $ilk for whatever reason, consider Old Navy's chiffon roll-cuff blouse (review) in ...wait for it...lavender dream: