Greenwich Pencil Dress

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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Beautiful Dress Tried this on in my local store and it is beautiful, classic and definitely on my late winter buy list. I tried the 12 and almost feel it runs bigger than TTS. I have hips which the dress accommodated, but the top was gapping. I will probably have to size down to get a better fit on top. The fabric is soft and comfortable. While the dress is white, there is a lining, but would recommend wearing a slip underneath for added protection. The only thing I would caution you on is that the dress I tried on had a stain on the shoulder area, which looked like what happens when you wear a pair of dark jeans and you sit on a white couch. I don't know if that is necessarily an issue with the fabric, but just something to consider if you pair a shoulder bag or jean jacket with the dress. To me this is a style that Anthro has been lacking over the years- business appropriate as well as something to wear to event (party or wedding). January 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Elegant There is a look that my husband gets when something is just right on me and this dress got that look and some - it's so flattering. I loved it on the hanger and even more on me. It's is a perfect crossover dress - work to play, casual day to dinner, whatever, and will pair well with lots of shoes, etc. You won't be sorry. January 31, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dissapointed The design on this dress is very classy--a dress that can be worned years to come except not sure fabric will last that long. As mentioned in other reviews, the fabric is very thin and the lining shifts. The zipper was poorly sewned and the hem unevened. The description mentioned the dress was polyester, cotton, & stretch. It's actually 93-95% polyester-not worth the price. March 31, 2013
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WHITE Style #:26939934 A Made In Kind design.

Ruby Belle launched as part of the Fever brand in 1996 in London, England. Renowned for vintage-inspired patterns and distinctly 50s tailoring, this exclusive collection focuses on a hallmark of midcentury dressing: the pencil silhouette. Each of these dresses, created by lead designer Cressida Kirby, follows that curve-conscious, wear-everywhere shape to the letter. This one's architectural seaming really plays up the sleek silhouette.
Greenwich Pencil Dress