Rayon - Casual Dresses
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Fri Apr 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014swangirl50 Rating:1.0
The rayon fabric and print is very pretty but it is very large and oversized. At least order one size down. I sent it back.
Thu Jan 30 00:00:00 MST 2014grhoda Rating:3.0
Was expecting a cobalt blue, but after it arrived & was lighter learned that's what cool cobalt means. The fabric on the model drapes like a rayon, but in person it has bit of a wrinkled linen look.
Mon Apr 07 00:00:00 MDT 2014forfriend Rating:5.0
I have purchased many of these dresses in rayon with pockets. They go everywhere and are sooo comfortable. This one was for a friend and she called to say how much she loved it. I like it best when I hang it to dry; gives it a little more body. I purchased two other ones for friends also, and the most important factor was the fact it has pockets. I owed three friends a sweet thank you and these dresses were a great success.
Mon Apr 15 00:00:00 MDT 2013outsider69 Rating:3.0
Big ol' maxi dress or maybe it is a maternity dress. Also semi-sheer when standing in the light, so a slip may be required. This thing is so gigantic on me, but at the same time, it is such a pretty style and fabric. I am going to take a risk and wash it in the machine in warm water, and put it on low in the dryer for a bit. May regret it since it is rayon.
Thu Feb 27 00:00:00 MST 2014sewobsessed1 Rating:5.0
This is actually the third dress I have purchased made with woven rayon in this style. I love the way it fits and that I can wear it as a jumper in cooler weather and by itself in warmer temps. Washes well - turned inside out - without shrinkage, fading, or fraying. Well made and comfortable to wear. Doesn't need ironing but I do iron mine because it makes it softer so it flows nicer.
Wed Feb 27 00:00:00 MST 2013yttrium Rating:4.0
Material: rayon knit, nice drape, lighter weight, nice quality, slight sheen, opaque, unlined, doesn't require a slip. Construction: simple, fine for the price. Shape: generous up top, baggy and loose on the bottom. Sizing runs big. I ordered an XL following the measurement chart and I suspect I could wear a large with no problem. The XL hid my body behind excess fabric, rather than showing a shape. It fell more like a Regency style gown than a modern dress. The top covered with fabric to spare. Probably generous enough for a larger bust. At 5'8" the XL dress hit the bottom of my ankles/tops of my feet. At least it was long enough.
Mon Aug 12 00:00:00 MDT 2013blaskette Rating:4.0
I'm a 2 or 4 in a dress-- 5'3", 115#. I ordered a small. The bodice was VERY tight, as well as VERY high-- if you've got a bustline that's just under your collarbone, it might be perfect. For me, it was not a good fit! I contacted Overstock CS, and the excellent rep just went ahead and sent me a M-- without charging my card again, or demanding that the S be returned first-- and generated a return label at no cost. The M arrived, and fits perfectly. That's a first for me! I'd say the M fits just like an ordinary S in this sort of flowy dress-- and the bodice was at a more standard spot on me. I'd say it would fit a real M person just fine, too-- plenty of elastic in the bit under the bust. The fabric is rayon and spandex, but feels like that silky poly/lycra jersey that's everywhere these days. Very comfortable and elegant, plus unwrinklable-- perfect to cram into a suitcase.
Thu Jan 31 00:00:00 MST 2013amanda7756 Rating:5.0
Excellent quality. Perfect Spring dress! The sizing is a little tricky. The XL is too big for a 12-14 size and the L is a little bit tight. But overall it is a very beautiful dress.
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