Rated 4 out of 5Â by BabyDuck Beautiful Dress with a Weird Fit
I received this dress yesterday. It is a beautiful and uniquely decorated dress. The purple is a little more bright and bold than shown in the picture, but the color is gorgeous. The neckline is the best feature of the dress.The detailing is unique as there are little mirrors, sequins, and beading there, which you cannot see in the picture. I love the Indian/Middle Eastern vibe and the lightweight fabric of this dress. Overall, I love this dress. The only issue I have with it is the fit. I usually wear a medium, but because it is a sheath dress and I have a big chest and hips, I ordered a large, but the dress runs large and therefore is a little baggier than I thought it would be. The pockets poof out and make your hips look wider than they really are from the front view, but with a belt the dress fits a little better and defines the waist. I am keeping the dress, but I wish the design of the shape of the dress was a little different.
April 11, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by vonda Beautiful Dress
I found this in my local store after seeing it online. I had read the reviews and was wary of the pockets, but it fit well and had a great "Flapper" look to it so I took it home, ironed the pockets and it hung beautifully. I wore it to a "cocktail" event and received many compliments. I am generally a 4-6 in Anthro and bought a small.
April 20, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by BWeaves What's it got in its pocketzes?
1. I'm 5'5" tall, 135 lbs, and 36D-30-38 and the size medium fit me but was not flattering. It gapped at the armseye and the rectangle over my belly made me look fat.
2. What's it got in its pocketzes? The pocket bags are thick and wrinkled and make your hips look huge. If the rest of the dress had been flattering, I would have sewn the pockets shut and cut out the pocket bags.
3. The dress skimmed the body and hit below the knee.
4. The fabric is a very thin silky rayon with sequins, and it's lined with a thicker rayon. The pockets are made out of corrugated cardboard (kidding, but close).
January 11, 2013