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Would have given four stars, if the dress fit. The Lark & Ro Women's Three Quarter Sleeve Knit dress is an excellent basic A-line dress. The red fabric is a good solid red color. However, I purchased a size XL after reading the reviews. I normally wear a 14 or 16 Petite when garments are made in America. This lovely dress was made in Pakistan. The top is far too small. The sleeves could work, but would be tight fitting. The hem line, and I am 5'3" was above the knee. Had great plans to glam the dress up for an event. Sadly, I must return and start over because of the top part of the dress.
I ordered a small and it fit well but for the length. I am only 5'4'' and this is too short short for me to wear to wear as it is 4 inches above my knee. Complete waste of money. So disappointed because I loved the style and pattern (the blue pinstripe)
Loved the fit and flare style and the color, but had to return the dress. Unfortunately, the sleeves were too tight, which is odd, since I do not have fat arms. When we return to making things in the USA, perhaps we can find styles that fit the American woman rather than the Asian woman.
I went off the size chart & ordered a Large. It was skin tight on the arms & bust (I'm a small B). Plus it is ultra short, but I bet that it is due to being small overall. It felt more like a medium on the smaller end. I'm returning it. It seemed mislabeled in size.
I read the other reviews to gauge what size I should get. I am 5ft and 120lbs and tried for the small. It was tight and the arms were restrictive. Regardless, the material feels cheap. I will be returning.
I ordered two of these dresses in the same size - one in olive green and one in rose Despite ordering the same size, the rose one is much smaller than the olive one. I’ve washed them both, hung to dry, and then even stretched the rose one but alas, it is too small.