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Sattva Dress

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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ultimate "Slack" Dress You know when you just want to wear something loose-fitting, airy, light, without looking like a couch potato? Well this is just dreamy. Is it worth $300? Not so much, but I got it on sale, and I am totally happy. The fabric and construction is nice with pleasant ribbon details. It has no side zippers, just the few "bra" hooks in the back. Probably why it runs slightly larger than your regular size (for a looser fit in the chest area). There's a tiny bit of fuzzy fabric used where the hooks are - not sure why this choice was made and not sure how well it will hold up to dry-cleaning (but that section is tiny). Otherwise I am content to wear this baby around while traveling in summer weather and eating a LOT, and still look effortlessly cute. June 13, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Too nice for a nightgown I don't know why I didn't realize before ordering this dress that it would look like a nightgown! That said, the fabric is beautiful, and the dress is well made. If you need a white dress for something and you can get this in a size that fits (or get it altered), it could be great. On me, the 4 was too big in the chest and a little too long from shoulder to neckline, so it was too droopy (I wear mostly a 4, sometimes a 2). I actually considered keeping it as a nightgown, but it's a bit fancy for that--and I'm not keen on nightgowns that have to be dry cleaned. June 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by love it! but runs too big I have to say I really adore this dress. It is cute and flattering on me. good quality, nice design. However it runs too big. I normally wear 2 or 4 and mostly 4 for anthropologie dresses. I ordered it in size 4 but it is way too big, making me think that size 2 (the smallest size available online) might be too big on me too. June 14, 2013
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WHITE Style #:26104133 A Made In Kind design.

Parsons grad Jen Kao is continually inspired by the contrast between architectural construction and fluid draping, which informs her design philosophy of "easy dramatics." Kao's affinity for experimenting with shape, detail, color and pattern has earned her raves, and her Anthropologie-exclusive collection, Mah Na Mah Na, is steeped in all of the above. This lightweight cotton one-piece's delicate floral print just exudes summertime, doesn't it? We'd pair with nude or red sandals for a classic look.
Sattva Dress