Asymmetric floral dress
not like the picture
I actually just bought this dress for a baby shower, bridal shower and a baptism. It drapes much better on then it does in the picture. I personnally like it better belted with a thick belt.. I think it helps to define the waist better. I love this dress. You can pair it with sandals or even flip flops for the summer, then just put a sweater and boots for those chiller spring and fall days. Great buy!! Worth at least trying. Also, very very comfortable.
April 7, 2013
wear a tank top underneath
the fit is good..size 26 with a belly..its flatters ok..i like the hem line as with my figure some dresses go up slightly in the back..iwth this one you cant tell. you can belt it or not..dress it up or dress it down..your bra straps will show..i recommend wearing it with a black tank top..and the arm holes on the side are OPEN quite bit....its comfortable and lined so you dont have the bulk of a slip..it can go to work (agian with black tank underneath) or to dinner out..even a wedding with the right shoes and jewelry
April 7, 2013
I wanted to love it, but I didn't
I tried this dress on in my store and while the saleslady tried to tell me it looked good, I knew better. For me (5'2", size 14 on top, 18 on bottom, so definitely a pear) it was just all wrong. I tried a 14 and the arm holes were really saggy. The straps should have been raised (shortened?) several inches for my body (but if they were taken in, I wouldn't be able to get it over my head). I tried wearing the elastic part right under my boobs, but that wasn't a great look, on my waist was even less flattering--it was rather boxy on me. I loved the hemline, and the print was fun, but the cut was just not good for me. Someone tall with bigger boobs (I'm a 38D) would probably look stunning in this dress.
April 1, 2013
This is a cute dress.. I wanted something colorful and fun and this will fit the bill. I think it runs a little small and would prefer it a tad larger, but will keep this size as it does fit. Love the top of it.
March 19, 2013