Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Sunny How That Works Dress Review

    I've had my eye on this little coral/ivory striped dress by Anthropologie for a while now on Ebay,but it's never dropped below $80.  When I saw this Sunny How That Works Dress in pink stripes at ModCloth for $70 I was still a little hesitant.  With the 20% off coupon they were offering I decided it was time to buy.  The dress didn't come in my size, but I chose to chance it since my alteration skills have reached mad levels.  Besides, I'm kind of a sucker for anything with pale pink and ivory stripes.  I have no idea why, maybe because I just don't see that combo very often.  Also, I've been desperate for some strawberries and cream outfit to come along so I can bring out my biscuit purse to go with it.  So, let's get to the dress review!
    Pros:  It's 100% cotton and the bodice and skirt are both lined.  I ordered this in a size up, but it fits like a glove, so really compare measurements before you order or this could be a con.  Love the length, love the tie at the bust.  Yay for pockets; this dress has them!.  I don't have any cons to mention which is rare but awesome.  Today's post is just the dress, outfits will follow soon!

Shop the Look:
Ring is handmade by me
Rocket Dog Flats from ModCloth
Sunny How That Works Dress by Ixia
Earrings from Claire's
Biscuit Purse

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