By popular demand, we have now added 4 different color ways. The dress is inspired by the 1950s swing dresses, and this dress flatters all shapes and Sizes with a midriff that cinches in all waistlines. The dress has a tailored fit on top, and the 1/2 sleeve length, slims down any arm flaws. The sleeves have a nice vintage touch with sheering on the sleeves placed perfectly to flatter. The classic boatneck makes this dress classy, and can be worn for work or any elegant event. The dress can be dressed up with pearls and flirty heels or dressed down for daywear. The full circle skirt is slightly sheered at waistline, slimming all waists. The fabric is our popular stretch millennium, known for hiding undergarments, and its overall comfort. This will become your GO TO DRESS! The dress can be machine washed in cold water, dry on low, and press it inside out.
I'm A Lady Swing Dress Eggplant
SIZE BUST WAIST HIPS XS 32 24 35 S 34 26 37 M 36 28 39 L 38 30 41 XL 40 32 43 14 42 34 45 16 44 36 47 18 46 38 49
Please Note: If you are in between sizes (example: Your waist measures 27 inches... and the garment does not stretch, go up to the next size (So a 27 inch waist would go up to a size medium).
How to measure yourself:
Using a tape measure, measure around the fullest part of your bust. The tape should run straight across your bust points, and around your back. Keep your arms at your side, and make sure that the tape is parallel to the floor. See diagram on left.
Standing straight up, measure around the thinnest part of your waistline. Ultimately your waistline is the thinnest measurement around your body: between your belly button, and under your bra cup. This varies on different body types, so you should measure a few times, and ultimately pick the thinnest measurement. See diagram on left.
Standing straight up and with heels together on the floor, measure around the fullest part of your hips. Your hip measurement is ultimately the widest part between your belly button and thighs. This varies on different body types, so you should measure a few times, and ultimately pick the widest measurement. See diagram on left.