I enjoy it greatly. The cotton is comfortable, but in the dryness of winter can be a little clingy to icky nylony nastyness. So this isn't a "hose" dress for me. (Clingy cotton? Who knew! But I guess I did know, I just forget and I have a bigger problem with cling because I never use any fabric softeners.) I probably need to just invest in a slip. Right?
I tried it on and my husband was quite impressed. Then I washed it to wear to rehearsal that evening. In terms of fit, I feel like it could have been cut a touch more generously through the chest, but it's comfortable and makes me feel like dancing. At rehearsal I received multiple compliments on the dress, it's color, and how I looked in general, and that made me even happier.
I don't believe in retail therapy as a general rule, but this dress reminded me of how a nice new dress can make one feel better about the whole world, even when Spring hasn't set in again.
So, you want pictures of me in my pretty green dress. I want to comply, alas, my camera and I were having a disagreement recently, so pictures to follow soon, and hopefully pictures on a slightly less snowed in day than today.
Here's what you really need to know: There was a technical glitch causing a problem with this code at checkout prior to 3-4-2013, but the code monkeys seem to have it sorted out. Go forth and treat yourself to something to put the spring back in your step.
The legal disclaimer: I got to sample a dress from the new Spring line in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any other payment for this review.