It looks somewhat similar to another BR dress I tried on a few weeks ago, only this time it actually comes in Petite sizing, so I thought, "Why not?". I needed to get over that $100 mark to get free shipping anyway and nothing else was really grabbing me. I opted for this toasted almond color instead of black and for a size 00P. I had no expectations for this dress. In fact, I had no intention of ever keeping it:
Regular price is $130, and is made of 71% Rayon, 27% Nylon, 2% Spandex. It looked pretty great on, surprisingly. Great length and short enough in the torso, and fitted around the hip area. It was much more fitted than on the model in the picture. I should have expected so given the description of the material. It is a thick material, but still very stretchy...and unforgiving in this size. Don't be fooled, I'm wearing a Yummie Tummies camisole under this dress! I think I've put on a few extra pounds since I started my temp project. I haven't quite figured out how to eat properly while working the long hours. So until those pounds come off, the cami is here to stay! The lighter color doesn't help either, but I really don't want another dark-colored dress. I'm still on the fence about it, but I'm leaning towards keeping it. If you like sheath dresses, this is definitely one to try out. The unique seaming also helps the shape of the dress and is very flattering. If you don't like your dresses quite so fitted, try sizing up. I'm not sure how it will look, but it will be more forgiving (and probably won't require any SPANX-like garments).
Here is what I purchased for my niece for her 1st birthday:
[Almost] All little girls love a little tutu.
So cute, huh? My niece is a little on the smaller side, so I hope she grows into it by the time summer comes around. I hope her mommy doesn't think they are too "grown-up". I hope to have a mini-me to dress up some day (just not any time soon).