Rated 4 out of 5
by kristennoel Flowery Flowy Summer Dress
I had my eye on this dress last week and saw it just barely go on sale and hurried and snagged it before my size was out. For reference, I am 5'8", around 115 and 34 DD. I tried on both the XS and the S and decided on the small because where the crochet meets the flowy skirt was too tight around my ribcage on the xs. The top is stretchy like others have said and is flattering to curves. Yes, you most definitely will have to wear a cami under this. I absolutely love that this dress has pockets too! Nice for sticking a lip gloss or lipstick in! FYI, it also has a zipper on the side that makes it easier to get on and off. Such a fun, flowy dress! Can't wait to wear it to church or out on a date!
June 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ashliemj Beautiful and unique
I love the vintage crochet type feel to this dress. The upper bodice is gorgeous, with a flowing skirt. I bought the blue one, but I am also ordering the neutral one bc that's how much I love this dress. This is work-appropriate, not too short. I'm 5'7", hits just above knee for me and looks super cute with gladiators. It's expensive, the only drawback but in my opinion,, worth the money. It's interesting, unique and well-made. Seems true to size. I had some trouble with the zipper and needed my husband to help me zip it up, gets stuck on fabric but not a big deal.
June 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by droro Beautiful! But waist is unforgiving...
Weston Wear is my favorite brand that Anthropologie carries, and this is the seventh dress by them that I've purchased. It is BEAUTIFUL and much dressier looking in person. The skirt is well lined and hangs beautifully and has POCKETS! The top is a sweater material and is a bit see-through, like some of the other reviewers mentioned, though it's not a problem with a flesh-toned bra.
My one criticism of this dress is the unforgiving waistband (also mentioned by some others). Every WW dress I own is a size L, but this one, I needed an XL. The pattern is really gorgeous, though!
July 3, 2014