Windowpane Dress

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  • By Bailey 44
  • Pullover styling
  • Rayon, nylon, spandex; polyester lining
  • 38"L
  • USA
      • Style #: 27195437


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Rated 4 out of 5 by interesting dress, spare design. interesting dress, spare design. Could be sleek, chic, fun. But I find it very small. In fact, given that this is the 3rd Baliley 44 XS I have tried and given that they have all been too small, I would say that Bailey 44 runs small!! ( FYI: I am 5'3" and 99 lbs and wear JCrew 00 or 0. Often Anthropologie XS's are too big for me. 0's are iffy. Petites can work) In principle I like the dress. In fact, it doesn't fit.I may or may not try the small. The material is quite heavy weight, which would be fine for me, since I am often cold. It has minimal stretch. February 6, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Cute but not forgiving This dress is so cute and perfect for work. I loved the fabric and the idea of the dress however this dress shows every flaw. It hugs the belly in a way that was not flattering on me. Maybe with some spanx it would have been better but not sure it is worth it in the end. February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Classic vintage dress Great vintage style dress. Very fitted. Can't have any tummy bulge. Well made fully lined. Little bit of stretch, thick knit fabric. Comes down to knee so a nice conservative business dress. With vintage flair. Wear it with the double strap Mary Jane Hamas shoe. Very cute. Can't wait to wear. February 11, 2013
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How to Measure


Measure under your arms at the fuller part of your bust. Keep tape level across your shoulder blades.

Natural Waist

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Drop Waist

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