Unfortunately, a quick walk through their relatively large store told me all I needed to know - that almost nothing will fit me from this brand. I grabbed a couple of things that looked like they might work anyway, just to prove it to myself.
First was the Midnight's Spring Cardigan in XS:
This cardigan was styled on a display mannequin, and I really liked how the waist ties are encased within the sweater.
Sleeves were long, of course, but can be scrunched up. The upper arms were baggy though, and the ribbed texture/material wasn't as nice as I'd expect from a $98 cardigan, so it was a pass.
I also tried the Flowing Tiers Tank in XS:
I try to stay away from ruffly tiers in general because they're usually unflattering and boxy on me, but this one seemed to have a slim shape (and plus it was right next to the sweater!).
Neckline and armholes were too low, and again I wasn't blown away despite a hefty $68 price tag. This wasn't too hard to walk away from.
I usually have a pretty low threshold for "trying on" when I'm shopping, because you never know how things look on the body vs. on the rack. But despite scouring the entire store including a whole second floor of sales racks, I couldn't find anything else that even came close to my size and hence worth trying on. I suppose my wallet is relieved, but I am a little sad since they do offer some really neat designs and interesting items. I do wish they would add XXS or 00 sizing, especially in petites!