Fit-And-Flare Garden Dress

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  • By Tracy Reese
  • Adjustable straps
  • Side boning
  • Back zip
  • Cotton, nylon, rayon; polyester lining
  • 42"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 25477324

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Vintage styling at its best! Tracy Reese has done it again. What a beautiful dress. The lace is impeccable! Great fit! Very flattering for the Hourglass type. The color is more vibrant in person, an orangey-red, and the undertones of the lace are navy and blue. Definitely a showstopper. And I signed up during a promo for the Anthro club and got 20% off! The online pics don't do justice to this amazing dress. September 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfection! This dress is absolutely amazing! I first saw it during the Tracy Reese trunk show at BHLDN in Chicago. I wanted to order it then but decided on another dress since I couldn't justify spending so much on 2 dresses. The price is quite high but its worth it. The fit is fabulous. This picture really doesn't do the dress justice as it is a much more brilliant color in real person. Also, the bottom flares out more than in the picture. I love the straps on the dress since they come together in the back. It makes for a much more secure fit. I tend to find traditional spaghetti straps fall off one shoulder or another while wearing. I pair it with the grey bowline belt when I want to add a little sparkle & dressier look. October 30, 2012
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Size Guide

How to Measure

Bust

Measure under your arms at the fuller part of your bust. Keep tape level across your shoulder blades.

Natural Waist

Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

Drop Waist

Measure around your body 1 1/2" below your natural waist.

Hips

Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.

Inseam

Using a pair of your pants that fit well, measure from crotch seam to bottom of leg.

Rings

Wrap a length of string around your finger and mark where the end touches. Measure the distance between the end of the string and the mark you've made to determine what size to order.

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