This is so close to what many people would like to see. A true midi length that hits well below the knees and with longer sleeves, at least to the elbows. Offered in standard and plus sizes, with a variety of color options.
Love the concept! I like the Amalya concept except the low neckline and short length. This would be great with longer sleeves and buttons the entire length.
To have this dress in Clara materials (or Laurel -basically woven and wool or wool/linen with no synthetics.) would be fantastic. buttons all the way down for me - so it can be worn as a duster or a dress. I agree with a few reviewers about sleeves that are more adjustable - perhaps sleeves that hit mid bicep and can be rolled or folded up with a button to hold in place. My hot flashes love short sleeves but my midlife arms lack tone and so I sometimes need a sleeve that hits just a few inches above the elbow for modesty (maybe not quite the right word - professionalism?) the belt being separate (no set loops or waistband) is preferable since our torso lengths vary so much.
Please consider longer sleeves and a longer length. Both can be shortened but cannot be lengthened. A true midi length for those of us above 5’ 2”would be great.
Style reminds me of a linen dress I loved years ago, and I would love more longer dress options. My concern with this one is the dropped sleeves. I don't think these sleeves would work for me. My shoulders are narrow and round, and the top part of my arm is big. How about change to a set-in sleeve that is a bit longer, maybe designed so you can turn it up to make a cuff, or leave it long? This dress would look good in a subtle stripe or small plaid. A good one to dress up or down.