Rated 4 out of 5Â by carolinagirl easy for on the go
I agree with the other reviewer that this is perfect as I'm a mom on the go and like to dress up from yoga pants somedays! I like that the neckline isn't too low since I'm often bending forward scooping babies (twins!) off the floor. My only complaint was that the dress came in a long, skinny bag (like for a fishing rod) and was all wrinkly. I was a little annoyed that I had to drag out my ironing board and press it. As I was ironing it, I saw that the hem wasn't finished (1-2 inches) in one place but I'd rather run it through my sewing machine to repair than bother with returning it. I'm 5'7", 138 lbs, 34B and thought the S fit well..a little snugger than the model in the pic but the M would've been too big. I like how the design conceals what remains of my mommy tummy!
May 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by dpu2014 Love, Love, Love! Perfect Casual Dress
As soon as I saw this online I knew that I wanted it and once I tried it on, I knew I had to have it. The material is nice and lightweight but still looks luxe and like you could dress it up if you wanted to. I typically wear an extra small or small in anthro dresses and definitely needed the small in this since the shape is very much like a shift dress and I wanted a little extra room around my hips. You definitely won't regret this purchase!
May 11, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by ARich better in theory
I really wanted this dress to work, as it looked like the perfect neutral to add to my wardrobe, so I ordered it in two sizes to be sure. It runs a smidge small, but don't worry about a lack of definition as the elasticized waist will have you covered. Unfortunately, this dress's fabric is just too thin. Were it thicker, the bodice might hold up better but instead it sags into an awkward point--like you're wearing Madonna cones. I have a larger chest and a smaller frame, and only unbuttoning (or rather, unsnapping) the top two closures made the fabric lay properly, but unfortunately that is just too low cut for me to wear on an everyday basis. The dress did look good with other tops layered beneath (I tried a thin tank, a short sleeved lace top, and a 3/4 sleeve fitted cotton short), but only from the front. Again, the fabric was so thin you could see the hem of the undershirt clearly from the back. Theoretically, I could wear a half slip over to smooth the line but....that's just too much work to justify a dress that's supposed to be something I can throw on casually.
June 21, 2013