RosebloomBurnout Dress

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Disappointed in the quality This dress reminded me (in a good way) of an old pillow with blue roses that my grandma owned, so I was quick to order it when it went on sale. I ordered my usual size 4 (5'6", 130lbs, 32D-28-38), and found it a little loose in the top, but fitted in the waist. I do like the fabric and how the flowers are layered on top. The construction of the dress I received was pretty awful. On both shoulder straps, the cheap white lining was peaking out, and sewn such that you could not just tuck it back under. The poor fit and bad construction led me to return it immediately. August 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by perfect summer dress I bought this dress to wear to my bridesmaids luncheon as sort of a "something blue." I stalked it online until I finally caved and ordered it. I am so glad I did! The flowers are not actually part of the fabric and they are layered on very delicately, which is partially why I liked this dress in the first place. I am 5'6 120lb and a 34D. I ordered a size 2 and it it fit great. Its a fun dress to dress up or dress down. I wore it with a belt and flats on our honeymoon and heels and jewelry to the luncheon. I prefer wearing it with a belt because I feel like it breaks up the pattern. Its definitely one of my go to dresses this summer. July 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by High-waisted and very full skirt I bought the blue in a 6P. The dress is roomy in the bust area, but very snug around the waist. This is not a normal issue for me, but the dress seems very high-waisted - so the "waist" is at my ribcage rather than my actual waist. Not sure if this is because of the petite sizing - I don't think so, as it looks high-waisted on the model. In person, the skirt seems much fuller than on the model #love the pockets# - kind of '50s Dior with snug waist and huge skirt. The result is that this looks more "party" than on the model, not really work appropriate #the back is also very low#. Ultimately, I think I will keep this, but not for the office. August 9, 2013
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PINK Style #:27609833 Faced with a lack of comfy-yet-stylish basics, FIDM grad Laura Stang began hand-dyeing embellished vintage tank tops in 2003. Since then, Porridge has evolved into a seasonal line inspired by everything from French wallpaper to Indian kerchiefs to fall foliage. Feminine with a touch of prim, this A-line dress is summer-wedding ready. RosebloomBurnout Dress