The Rebecca Pullover is my first piece from Miriam Baker. I have been studying Miriam Baker’s website for a while now and admiring her use of solid colors and simple minimalist style so I was beyond happy to receive the Rebecca Pullover as a gift. All opinions are my own and clinking on links in this post will not result in commissions to Hourglassy.

I am wearing a size L (it comes in sizes XS-L) and I am on the upper size range of this top (for reference I’m 5’7 and my measurements are 47-38-45.5). This top is more sheer the more it is stretched and opaquer when not stretched. I am wearing a cami under it mostly because my bra has embroidery on it and I didn’t want that to show through the thin fabric. I love wearing black – but the pullover is also available in Navy, Port, Oyster, Dark Grey and Crimson.

The top is long when worn at the full length but can also be ruched which provides a bit of extra coverage in the stomach area. I can see myself wearing this out on a weekend night with jeans and heels. This mock neck shirt is a bit tight for me to wear on its own to work – but come winter I will be wearing it under my camel plaid jacket. I don’t currently own any sleeveless sheath dresses but it would also look great under one.

This is made in Canada of Italian fabric. This fabric feels so good to the touch and is very thin. I’m careful with my clothing (I own 3 different kinds of laundry detergent and never put my clothes in the dryer) and this top’s fabric is delicate and requires hand washing. Just something to keep in mind if you are more into wash and wear.

I’m sure you are thinking but GG Musings what makes this pullover bust friendly? Well when you lay most non-bust-friendly tops flat they will have the exact same size front and back. In this top the front of the garment is actually wider across than the back is – giving more room for the bust.

How would you wear this mock neck pullover?