Asymmetric convertible dress
I saw this and wanted to use it for a friend's wedding. However putting it on as a dress it was cute, but with my fair tone it washed me out very bad. The high side barely hit my knee and the low side went over half way down my calf and I just didn't like how it sat. As a skirt it was horrid. I have wider hips and it just showed every flaw of my mid section no matter how I pulled it up in a small attempt to give the dress a shot as I really wanted it.
April 10, 2012
Beautiful & feminine
I bought this with the intention of wearing it as a skirt, but it's so beautiful as a dress, I actually prefer that look on me with a coordinated colored cardi.
I'm an hourglass, 14/16 but got an18/20 so it would fit across my chest. It's not loose at all. I was pleasantly surprised how pretty it looks on. Perfect Spring dress! I loved it so much, I bought the black one and plan on snagging the True Red one as well.
April 7, 2012
Best dress ever!
The number one reason why I love this dress is because I don't have to wear a shaper with it!! It flows nicely over my jiggles and I don't feel self concious wearing it. I feel gorgeous!!! The fabric really clings to the bad parts as a skirt so (if I decide to wear it this way) I would definately wear a shaper.
April 4, 2012
Not so Convertible
This is very cute and as a dress I bought the purple short sleeve shrug to pair it with. I am bummed though. My hips are so wide that when I tried on a size that worked as a dress I couldn't wear it as a skirt. When I tried on the size that fit well as a skirt, it was too big as a dress. Still very cute and the asymmetrical makes it more flattering for some reason if you choose to wear it without the shrug. Sometimes I find the strapless dresses make me look boxy. But not this one.
March 30, 2012