Anthropologie Rosado Sheath

dsc_009821DSC_0104(2)    DSC_0115(2)Isn’t this dress just so cute? I got it a few months back for our honeymoon and a wedding we were attending. I just think it’s a flattering and versatile shape and fabric. I think you could throw on a cropped blazer and pumps for work, or a cardigan for some extra warmth. I actually tried it with the cropped fur vest (worn here) for an another layer of texture. Anthropologie is one of my favorite go-to’s for special occasion dresses–especially now that they’ve begun to carry a full line of petite sizing. I did have this particular dress altered, but I’ve also had luck with off-the-rack petite items from Anthropologie (and when I say off-the-rack, I mean off-the-web because petite items are only available online). I had this dress taken in under the arms and in the shoulders to pull it up just a bit and remove some of the excess fabric in the chest. Overall, I think it’s a beautiful and conservative piece to add to any wardrobe.

Thanks for reading!

xo,
Lauren

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  1. leahem85 wrote:

    Gorgeous dress!

    Posted 10.13.14 Reply
  2. Amanda wrote:

    Wow! That dress looks great on you! If Youbdon’t mind, may I ask what size you got in the dress? I’m fluttering back and forth between a 0 and a 2 and I love how the one you’re wearing fits! Thanks!

    Posted 11.22.14 Reply
    • Lauren wrote:

      Thanks, Amanda! The dress I am wearing is a 00P. I am about 5’1″ and 32 bust, if that helps you. I had this dress tailored also. I had it taken in at the sides and shoulders. Prior to tailoring, it was quit loose in the chest. I think it also would’ve worked with only having it taken in at the sides (and not brought up at the shoulders).

      I had great luck with this dress (http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/28927010.jsp#/), it fit perfectly in a 00P with no alterations.

      I hope that helps, good luck!!

      Posted 11.22.14 Reply

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