Coté 4 sur 5
Â par JustErin This dress is adorable and has all the right details: pockets, capped sleeves, darling pattern, flattering fit for the right figure. Fit: I am normally a size six/eight. My store only had the size eight to try on. It was loose almost everywhere creating a poof around my waist and some serious gaping between my chest and the fabric (I had to stand just so - to keep it decent for these photos). But sizing down wouldn't work for me - because, the waist fit quite comfortable. This dress definitely runs large - for those who are more hour-glass shaped, size down. This dress is super flattering and I can imagine it is perfect on those with an hour-glass shape. For me, back to rack.
10 juillet 2012
Coté 4 sur 5Â par Hellebore Regrets...
I love this dress- pretty fabric, pockets, sweet puffed sleeves, but the inset waist is very small. It fit nicely in the shoulders, bust, and hips, but I had to suck it in big time to zip it up. I'd size up, but I'm afraid that the waist will fit and everything else will be too big. It's a great cut if you have a big bosom and a tiny waist, Le 7 juin 2012
Coté 3 sur 5Â par AnthroAngel I'm not in love :-/
I saw this online, and then in store and LOVED this dress. I thought maybe it would have sort of a simple 40's feel (but with the fun modern print). However, after trying on and wearing for a few minutes (it was the last I tried on so I wore this while hanging everything else back up) I realized why I can't love it. I did not feel like a "dame" but more like an extra from "The Secretary" (or 9 to 5). To me it defintely reads more late 80's/early 90's office wear. The sleeves are a little constricting and they almost give off a shoulder pad vibe. I WILL say though that is is defintely for curvy girls. If you're not an hourglass then defintely size up as this is defintely very fitted in the waist. 6 juillet 2012