Norwood, South Australia
This dress is beautiful! Its slightly heavier in weight than I thought it would be, which is nice, the dress fabric itself isn't ultra thin and doesn't cling to skin and the lace is a nice weight which will probably give it a longer life (snags etc). I'm mostly a C or D cup as I'm breastfeeding so I would look very va-va-voom in this neckline, but I plan to wear a lacy low V-neck camisole underneath - perfect! Will also be great for me, with a black breastfeeding tank which stretches to the side. You could almost get away with a pretty wear-to-be seen bra, but there would be a little skin showing underneath I think for most girls, unless you have a lacy band on your bra or are bigger breasted. I have seen this styled as a very cute throw over (open) jacket and I plan to wear it to work this way. The buttons are all real - not stitched. Really, you can't go wrong, the lace just makes it, and if you want to wear it as the model is doing, just use 'hollywood' tape.For girls who are very slim, take note of the waistline, its not a show-off-that you're skinny kind of dress, but I don't think it will make you look bigger. For girls with a litte tummy to hide or say little love-handles, its probably just what you're looking for.
Revolve has this dress in only one size "1=One size fits most", Not true in this case! If you are larger than a small, don't even bother to try. The top portion of the dress is extremely small. My boobs were completely out. The material and the quality of the dress is excellent, it is only the size. So if you are really tiny, like the model, go for it! If you are larger, maybe just forget about it.
Los Angeles, CA
This dress would be completely amazing if it covered my nipples! The material is awesome and the lace detail is beautifully done. It would be a perfect cocktail dress, but also easy to throw on for a more casual event. However, I am only a B cup, and my boobs do not even come close to fitting into this dress. I guess I need a bigger size, but it seems to fit well everywhere else. Unfortunately, it is going to have to be returned.