I will admit that the TV commercials got me, and I felt like I had to go to Old Navy to try on the cute gingham and polka dot dresses they were advertising.
(Every dress is a Large, except the Navy polka dot which is a Medium. I’m 5’11” and a Size 12ish).
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Polka Dot Wrap Dress – $35.99 – I wanted to love this but the fit wasn’t doing anything for me and the fabric seems kind of thin and cheap. I would also definitely need an XL for it to fit well on my chest and not pull.
*Note: My phone makes this look brighter than it really is, it’s a tomato red, not a bright coral red.
Gingham Wrap Dress – $35.99 – same dress as above, just in another pattern.
Jersey Swing Dress – This Fit and Flare dress was such a pleasant surprise – only $8(!), comes in a ton of colors/patterns and I love the fit. It is loose and flowy without being oversized, and the fabric has a lot of stretch.
Waist-Defined V-Neck Dress – $27.99 – I loved this one way more on than I did on the hanger. It has a fitted waist but no annoying zipper and was overall very comfortable. A great mix of structure and comfort, and such a gorgeous pattern!
V-Neck Maxi Shift Dress – $32 – This is a really pretty pattern but the length on me was odd – it came about 4″ above my ankle. I’m sure it would be a maxi on you if you’re 5’7″ or shorter.
Fit & Flare Midi Dress – $28 – I loved this one and may order it online in a Large (the Medium fit well but was still more fitted on the hips than I’d like). The length is perfect and it’s really comfortable.
Printed Ponte Sheath – $32 – Sheath dresses usually don’t work for my body, since I still have a baby belly leftover from my 2 kids, and I have bigger hips and a bigger butt. This is a Large and I feel like I’d need an XL Tall for this not to be too snug on me.