New Light Dress

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lovely dress With the sale price, I think this dress is a perfect buy! I didn't have issues with the shoulders or fit (or length, and I'm 5'10") and the teal color is deeper than pictured (which I preferred!). I felt it fit TTS (I'm usually between an 8 and 10; went for the 8). The details are beautiful; can see wearing this as a wedding guest or on a date night. December 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent I really love this dress. The quality was very good and the fabric was not flimsy. The cut was incredibly flattering and the shoulder epaulette-type sleeves were surprisingly working for me (which was not something I assumed by looking at it). The teal color is amazing. It ran a little big size wise. I am usually a size 4 and the size 2 fit me perfectly. I did not buy it because I felt that it cost too much for what it was. I am willing to cross my fingers and hope that it goes on sale and not fret over whether or not I own this. However, I can see why people would want to wear this ASAP. 5'7" 125 lbs 34B wearing size 2 October 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Weird Shoulders I fell in love with this dress when I saw it online, however I noticed that the shoulders look nice on the model, but may look strange when tried on. I was exactly right! When I tried it on in store the entire fit of the dress was beautiful, except for the shoulders! Please do not get me wrong... this dress did not flatter my upper body, but for someone who has skinny arms this would look great on you. My arms are an area I try to hide and this dress accentuated them. Also, this dress ran large as I am 5'8 and usually wear and 8, but that was too big. Take my advice and try it on in store before you spend the $300!!! November 24, 2013
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Teal Style #:29068830 Born into a family of artists, designer Yoana Baraschi was formally trained as a sculptor in her hometown of Bucharest before entering the Paris fashion scene to work in some of the most famous couture houses. Her fine art heritage is reflected in her signature embroideries, many of which are developed in India, where Baraschi first formed a strong sense of color and love for traditional artisan techniques. Today, in celebration of her ten-year anniversary, Baraschi has partnered with Conscious Commerce to create a version of this Anthropologie-exclusive dress that empowers women and gives back to the country she holds so dear: a portion of proceeds from the teal style will help support New Light India. New Light Dress