Eyelet Twofer Chemise

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  • By Eloise
  • Polyester, cotton, rayon
  • Hand wash
  • 35"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 26157818
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Can wear as a regular dress I actually bought this thinking it was a normal dress that was a low price by Anthro standards. Only when it rang up as a chemise did I realize it was meant to be a lounge item. The grey top is attached to a sleeveless, nude colored dress so it is all one piece. The fabric of the skirt is rather thin, so you need nude undergarments. Think it'll look cute with tights and booties/boots. November 2, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by This chemise is definitely more of a dress I am LOVING this dress! I say dress because you definitely can wear this outside of the house without scandalizing the neighbors. The dress is a silky material which is unfortunately VERY STATIC-Y. However a slip takes care of that ( I liked it with the peeking lace slip ), and the sleeves and upper are heavy and warm (good for fall). All around a good dress or chemise if you were so inclined, but keep dryer sheets at hand to cut down on static. November 5, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2 in 1 This is one piece, it's sewn together. It looks like it might work as a dress, but the skirt part is quite sheer and lightweight so for going out in it I'd suggest a slip underneath and maybe some tights. I agree that it is very static-y. A really cute idea, but the under-skirt needs to be a more substantial fabric and maybe a tad longer (depending on one's height). Love the color combo. Fit is tts. November 9, 2012
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