We may receive commission from purchases made via links on this page. Pricing and availability are subject to change.
We'll be blunt: With over 8,600 five-star ratings, this Amazon top is essential. Why? Shoppers rave about the top’s soft, comfy, breathable fabric, perfect for layering over a tank or wearing off the shoulder while lounging around the house. It’s cut to be slightly oversized, with a longer hem in the back, shorter hem in the front and batwing sleeves.
The sweater offers a flattering fit for those looking for extra coverage around the arms, stomach, and bum area. Super comfy and forgiving, it's especially great for post-pregnancy moms.
Another reason shoppers are raving? It's available in a spectrum-spanning 32 colors.
Keep scrolling to find out why so many happy customers just love this sweater.
“The perfect loose sweater!" said one five-star reviewer. "The material is a soft knit, not too thick or thin. It drapes perfectly, and the arms, while loose, don’t hang too much or get all bunchy like some other bat wing sweaters I’ve tried.”
Another satisfied customer wrote: “I love shirts like this that can easily go from lounging in comfy clothes to dressing it up a little with a pair of jeans and a cute necklace. The color is nice. It doesn’t fade or shrink."
"I love this sweater so much that I now own it in four different colors," says a fan. "It is a generous fit but not crazy big. I have it in L and XL and there isn't too much of a difference between the two. For wearing with leggings I prefer the XL as I want lots of butt coverage for my 5'4" 185 body..."
"The cut is great, a rarity for a short waisted, hourglass figure such as mine," one five-star reviewer wrote. "I sized up because I wanted an oversized look, which I got without losing the garment’s shape. Loved the slightly off one shoulder look; paired with some lightweight leggings, I felt kind of sassy!"
Don't forget: If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping. Not yet a member? Let's fix that: You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
Want to see more Amazon deals? Check them out below:
Animal Rebellion campaigners scale a UK government building in Westminster ahead of COP26 climate summit in Glasgow next week. The group demands an end to subsidies for meat and dairy farming in a protest against environmental changes.
A python was discovered curled up under a tree at Hampstead Heath on Sunday. The two-and-a-half-foot snake was spotted at 11.30am by the entrance to Parliament Hill Lido in north London. Michael Drakonakis, 25, was on his way to the Heath when he saw the episode unfold.
Four migrants, three of them children, drowned on Tuesday after a boat in which they and 23 others were trying to cross from Turkey to Greece sank, the Greek coast guard said. Greece is one of the main routes into the European Union for asylum-seekers crossing from Turkey in flimsy, overcrowded rubber boats. The boat sank off the Greek island of Chios where strong winds were blowing, a coast guard statement said.
A man in Alberta, Canada, rescued a wailing moose calf caught in a wire fence as coyotes were circling.Video filmed by Kyle Spratt show the moose with its leg stuck. A man can be seen approaching the fence to free it. Once parts of the fence have been cut, the calf rushes off.“I noticed a few coyotes circling the area where the moose was caught up so I knew that it was only a matter of time before they had breakfast,” Spratt told Storyful.Spratt said he called a local farmer who came to help free the moose, while he kept an eye on the calf’s mother who was waiting nearby. One of the two men can be heard saying “there she goes” as the calf runs through the next field.Spratt said after the calf was released, it “met up” with the cow moose. Credit: Kyle Spratt via Storyful
MPs have complained of online abuse after Conservatives voted against a bill which would crack down on water companies pumping raw sewage into the UK’s rivers and seas. Water companies discharged raw sewage into rivers in England more than 400,000 times last year and for more than three million hours, according to figures published by the Environment Agency. “The bill will crack down on water companies that discharge sewage into rivers and will include a world-leading legally-binding species target for 2030, aiming to halt the decline of nature and to protect beloved British animals, such as red squirrels and hedgehogs.”