Belted Abstract Tube Dress, Available up to Size 28. Belt included.
It's really cute, isn't it? The dress features one of the latest trends right now: an uneven hemline. The back of the dress is longer than the front, a design element that's been all over the pages of InStyle and People Style Watch.
I like the watercolor print, in particular - it feels very "Sitting on the patio with a glass of wine, watching the sunset." I've also tossed a long cardigan over the dress, slipped on a pair of casual flip flops and worn it to run errands at the Farmer's Market. You know I love versatility!
My clumsy attempt at showing you the longer back hem.
Lizzie Miller, I am not.
The last time I checked in on Maurices, I couldn't find anything that suited my style. Everything skewed young and small towney.
I can call something small towney because I come from a small town. One where we actually had a Maurices - before they carried plus sizes.
But after seeing what they have to offer now - trendy though not too young, tops and tees, pants, skirts, dresses ranging in price from about $25-$60 - I'm definitely more interested. And this dress is quickly on its way to becoming my summertime favorite. So although Maurices sent this dress to me to review for you, I can see myself making a purchase in the future.
One thing to note- their sizes run smaller than what you might be used to in other plus size stores. I wear a Lane Bryant 18 - but had to order this dress in a size 2 (22/24). Be sure to check your measurements against their size chart before ordering.
Have you tried Maurices lately? What did you think?