Rated 5 out of 5Â by Olivejuicetwo Great Dress
This dress if very comfortable yet stylish. It comes with a detached black soft slip. I bought this in black and plan to wear it to my company Christmas party with a bold statement necklace. I bought a Medium and I think it runs a little on the big side but overall true to size. Not sure of my current measurements (post baby bod), but I'm normally a 4/6 or S/M in dresses.
December 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by picketfences My wonderful green wedding dress
I'm a nontraditional bride getting married in the desert in April, and I really wanted a green lace shift for my wedding. Still can't quite believe I found one.
The "moss" color is a bit deeper than it appears on my screen-- at the lighter range of natural emerald, but cooler in tone. Probably best described as a jade.
I'm 5'0, 100 lbs, with a 26-27" waist and 35-36" hips, and the XXSP is mostly a good fit. The armholes are a bit large where they meet the bodice, so I may have the dress raised slightly. The hem hits right above my knee.
The reviewer who stated the slip is not adjustable appears to be incorrect. The straps have slide adjusters, like bra straps. There are also tiny buttons that allow you to release the straps and remove the slip if needed.
The lace is very soft and almost stretchy! I didn't even notice there was a zipper until I had the dress on-- it slipped right over my head.
Looking forward to jazzing this up with lots of sparkly accessories!
January 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Tiggs Gorgeous
Purchased the blue. Absolutely stunning and vibrant. This dress is comfortably and lightweight. The slip underneath has adjustable straps, which is really nice, especially because the slip tends to edge down past the line of the shift itself, so I have to keep an eye on that when I am out. That would be my one complaint. The fabric of the slip and the lace of the shift behave so differentlyâ€¦ Also this runs large. I normally wear medium, but the medium looked quite big on me. Super glad i found a small online!
February 4, 2014