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I loved the fabric but was disappointed by the cut of the dress. It was significantly more flattering with the overlap to the back and is advertised as reversible so I don't understand the placement of the tag on the neckline rather than on a side seam. Overall it just made me feel frumpy and draped oddly over my bust so I returned it.
This dress is very short if you are tall!!!
It come about to mid thigh. I have a bit of a booty, so it also flouncy up and I have to wear boy shorts or bike shorts with it.
I like the cut on the bust, but having a tall version would make it more usable.
Dress is great for around the house but I would feel too exposed wearing it around town or to work.
The dress also rids you a little bit so that the neck line opens up a bit too much. I agree with other reviewers, dress is much more flattering backwards.
If there was a longer option I would buy that one!
Thanks Caitlin! We're making note of your feedback regarding the neckline and length. We're working on a Midi-Length Faux Wrap Dress right now. Stay tuned!
This is a great dress. It feels nice in your skin. It's a great length. I don't have children but it would be great for breast feeding due to the wrap style top. It's very flattering while still being loose and comfortable.
I wanted to love the Brooklyn so badly. The design is super cute, and I’m a nursing mama, so the “accessibility” was a huge plus. But dang. This dress doesn’t really work with a plethora of body types. I have broad shoulders, but I’m not that busty for someone of my size. Most of my weight is carried in my hips. The top half was swimming on me, and you could see my panty line through the bottom because it was too snug. I ordered the green, but I just couldn’t get past the fact that it looked like I was wearing scrubs (and the blue would be just as bad). Neither of those colors are particularly flattering on someone with super fair skin, and who wants to look like they just walked off a hospital shift? Please consider an adjustment on the sizing for future runs of the Brooklyn! I’ve seen many, many comments with the same critique.