Revisited Impressionist Dress

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A Made In Kind design.

Tracy Reese's silk-linen shift puts a twist on the plein-air, lily pad landscape, with a digital print and subtle scalloping at the grassy embankment.
  • Back zip
  • Silk, linen; silk lining
  • Dry clean
  • 37"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 24853541
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Gorgeous dress, armholes too big, don't like grass This is an absolutely gorgeous dress with a beautiful and flattering fit designed to make you look like you have an hourglass figure. I love the print--who doesn't love Monet? However, the print does vary from dress to dress. I prefer the watercolor lilies print to the ones with trees and the one I tried on was more heavy on the latter print. I noticed when I went back to the rack, though, that the prints do differ from dress to dress so if you pick through them, you can likely find one that you are happier with. Like other reviewers, I am not thrilled with the pixelated grass print. It seems very random and would have preferred it without the grass print. As far as fit goes, I think the cut is lovely but the dress was too large for me, particularly in the armholes area. The second shot below highlights just how large the arms are. For reference, I am 5'5" and 100lbs and tried a size 0. June 22, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great fit for the busty I am petite and busty (34DD-27-37), and usually have to size up to 6 in non-stretchy dresses to accommodate my bust. My store did not have a 6, so I grabbed a 4, and it ended up fitting perfectly, like it was made for me, which is pretty rare, given my less common proportions. There was just enough room in the bust and the dress tapered in the waist beautifully. Just for the record, I recently ordered another non-stretchy Tracy Reece dress online (not from Anthro) in size 4 and could not even zip it over the chest area. My two small complaints about this dress: 1. the armholes are a tad too big and expose a little more underarm flesh than they should -- you can clearly see this in both of the model shots; 2. it was just a tad too long for my taste and I wish it was offered in petite, but I can mitigate it with a pair of high heels. I would also need to swap my regular bra for a racerback. In all other respects, the dress is gorgeous and a celebration of the female form. I highly recommend trying it on before purchasing, as it is cut somewhat unusually. July 22, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Truly breathtaking This dress is stunning. I don't remember the last time I've tried on something I liked so much. Had it not been for the price tag, I would have gotten it immediately. I sized down in this dress, which never happens, especially not in Tracy Reese. I'm a 4 in most Anthro dresses but sometimes have to size up to a 6 if the skirt is especially fitted. I'm wearing a 2 in this picture, so smaller women may be sized out. This dress made my figure look amazing, and the colors and pattern are just gorgeous. I can't say enough nice things about this dress. I actually like the pixellated grass at the bottom as a border, though I can understand why others might not. Also, different dresses have slightly different patterns. I didn't like the dress I tried on so much because although the front had a lot of blue panels, the back had a lot of panels with a lot of white in them, so it wasn't a very uniform look from front to back on that one. Most of these dresses didn't have that problem, but it's something to consider if buying online or through a charge/send. July 17, 2012
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Size Guide

How to Measure


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

Natural Waist

Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape comfortably loose.

Drop Waist

Measure around your body 1 1/2" below your natural waist.


Stand with your feet together and measure around the fullest part of your hips.


Using a pair of your pants that fit well, measure from crotch seam to bottom of leg.


Wrap a length of string around your finger and mark where the end touches. Measure the distance between the end of the string and the mark you've made to determine what size to order.

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