How I made it from January to April without a Loft try on is kind of beyond me! It is both one of yours and my all-time favorite stores! And y’all know that their sales cannot be beat! Since I hadn’t been in several months, the entire store was new to me. I was really pumped to try some new spring tops, dresses, and all of the jumpsuits. No, seriously though. I think I tried every single jumpsuit they had in store. ?I think y’all are going to love some of my finds from this April Loft try on!
For sizing reference, I am 5’7.5″, and I’m typically a size 8, 28/29, or medium. I have a shorter torso and longer legs. For each item, I will list what size I am wearing, but you can always look at the links directly underneath each photo for sizing details!
Leopard always calls my name. ?This top is a little thicker material. It’s not quite a sweatshirt but it is heavier than a t-shirt. Because of the heavier weight, it feels a little more structured as well. There wasn’t a medium in store, so I am wearing a small. I do like this fit on me, but if you wanted it more oversized you could go with your true size.
The pom pom embroidery on this top is so gorgeous! The material is super-lightweight, which will be perfect for the hottest summer days. The only downside is that it is a little on the sheer side. It also fits very oversized. I am wearing a small but could have easily sized down to the XS. Depending on how you’d like it to fit, I’d size down 1-2 sizes!
I love the tie waist trend happening right now, so I had to try these shorts! I’m wearing them in the olive shade but they also come in a bright golden yellow! Fit is pretty big on these. There was at least an inch of extra space in the waistband. I’m in an 8 and would need a 6. Definitely size down one! I would err on the side of snug because they feel like the type of fabric that will stretch out significantly. They’re a 4″ inseam!
How precious is this dress? If you need an option for Easter, spring weddings, graduations, or bridal/baby showers, this is perfect. The color is a beautiful pale aqua. The cut is an a-line, which is so flattering. I tried it in a small, which was snug in the bust. I would need a medium. If you have a larger bust, you may even need to size up one.
This chambray dress was so close to a win! Of course the wrap style is so flattering and I love how the sleeve just slightly flutters. The only issue is the fit at the bust! In dresses, I often wear a 6 at Loft, so that is what I tried. The snap would not stay closed at all on me. I probably would have needed a 10 to fit across my bust. Bustier ladies, I’d skip this one.
I actually thought this was a dress when I grabbed it, but I loved it even more once I realized it was a romper! The embroidery and scalloped details are so gorgeous in person. It’s also nursing-friendly since the buttons are functional. The waistband is also elastic with a tie at the waist. The shorts are nice and long too if you’re looking for a longer inseam! Almost all shorts look super-short on me since I have such long legs, but this romper doesn’t!
This was my fav jumpsuits I tried! In fact, I’m 100% regretting that I didn’t bring it home. Although it doesn’t have adjustable straps, it still works on my shorter torso. It also has the prettiest trim around the neckline! The back is smocked and stretchy, making it easy to pull down for nursing. Plus, the floral print is just beautiful!
I was also excited to try this jumpsuit because a little black jumpsuit is just as versatile as a LBD! I just didn’t love the fit! It fit very large. I’m in a medium but would need a small. Also, the fabric is a little more fluid and slinky.
This jumpsuit is another home run! It’s actually exactly the same fabric, style, cut, and fit as the black floral print one that I own and love from Loft! It has sweet flutter sleeves that are very flattering, is button-front and nursing-friendly, and has a drawstring waist. If I didn’t own the floral print one, I would have probably bought this one. It seriously won’t disappoint! And if you need style ideas, read more ways to wear a jumpsuit post!
After trying on a striped midi skirt during my last Madewell try-on session, I was excited to compare it to Loft’s version. Spoiler alert: I like the Madewell one better. Loft’s version was not as flattering on the hip area. It is almost too snug to tuck in a tee and have it lay flat. It just looked bunchy to me! Maybe if I had sized up one it would have been better. Also, it probably would have looked better with just a plain short sleeve white tee, but this is the one I was wearing that day!
Since I loved the polka dot jumpsuit, I had to try on these soft pants! They are flat front with an elastic waist in the back. They also have pockets! The only thing I didn’t love was that they are midrise. I’ve become a little too accustomed to all my high rise pants!
I brought these home with me! They’re the same type of material as the polka dot pants but these have elastic all the way around the waist and a drawstring. They fit high waisted and I love the bright vintage floral print! These will be so fun with tees, chambray tops, a white button down, or tank tops!
This is a similar wrap top to the grey one I tried on in my January Loft try-on! It has a springier vibe with the pale blue and white stripes. I tried it in a medium but the snap at the bust barely would stay closed. It probably popped open three times while I had it on in the dressing room! Unfortunately, I just don’t see this one working for larger busts. I would have had to size up to the large to make it work.