Fruit Stand Shift

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fruity but short I want to love this dress, I do, but it's soo short. Granted, I'm super tall but I'm also use to dresses barely covering my bum, but this one doesn't even barely. I'm tall and slim so it just looks like a long shirt and it isn't particularly flattering with skinny jeans on. Otherwise, I really love it, the pattern is amazing. I just wish Anthro would ditch the synthetic fabrics already, especially when we're paying top dollar. February 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by fantastic fruity frock I've been a fan of Ellen's work for many years. Her patterns & designs are out of this world, so I was super excited to see her work at Anthro! I typically wear a 0/2, XS/S in her pieces and purchased the XS. For reference I am 5'3, 32D, 115 pounds. This size XS fit perfectly! It has a nice fit throughout the arms, and an overall flattering boxy shape! It is a mini dress, however, it covers my bottom half, and falls above my knees. It is a fun, versatile, impeccably well-made dress. I plan on layering the dress with leggings for the cooler months! Adorable! Fruit prints forever!!! February 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by So cute I love this dress. Its very youthful in the way it is designed (print and cut). Its a perfect shift dress for me and the length is great. I'm 5'6", 130 pounds and I got the small. I'm usually a small or medium in anthro sizes. The dress length is midway on my thigh, so for some more conservative customers it might not be the best choice. I'm also a fan of fruit print this summer and I really love the designs of Dusen Dusen. May 2, 2013
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MULTI Style #:26750828 A Made In Kind design.

Dusen Dusen, the clothing line of DC-bred, Brooklyn-based designer Ellen Van Dusen, consists of simple, well-executed silhouettes in bold prints. Recently influenced by a forgotten Italian design collective called Memphis and their saturated, frenetic prints, Van Dusen covered this rayon twill shift in sweet renderings of cartoon fruit. We'd pair it with skinnies and booties now, then do bare legs and flat sandals later in the spring.
Fruit Stand Shift