Lauren is a classic, timeless dress that truly complements every body type! With a blouse-like top, sweetheart neckline, and v-back, this sweet and simple dress is the perfect combination of elegant and boho!
Features of Lauren Include:
- Stretch liner
- Wrap slit
- Adjustable spaghetti straps
- V back
- Gathered bodice
- Floor Length
- Flowy a-line skirt
- Fully lined bodice and skirt
- Fabric loop and hook to hide and secure zipper
- Dress accommodates for a height of up to 5’11”
Fit and Sizing
When taking measurements for this dress, we recommend paying attention to bust and waist measurements.
Lauren can be hemmed after the wedding for a fun and cute short dress!
Fabric and Care
Lauren is made from a flat chiffon fabric which is comfortable to wear and similar in quality to silk, but much easier to clean and care for. This dress is dry clean optional, but can also be washed regularly at home on a delicate cycle. Best of all, the exceptional quality of the flat chiffon means Lauren will hold up over multiple washes so you can make the most of your dress.
You get what you pay for so expect to get alterations done
This dress was less than $100, which is great if you’re not expecting it to fit correctly. HIGHS: the material is nice and thick, color is true to picture. LOWS: preset sizes of which don’t match your actual measurements means that you will have to pay for alterations, there is boning in the top that you can see through the material (I’m having mine removed so that you can’t see it), the boning also prevents the waist live from actually hitting my waist, the “slit” for the knee is actually totally under the over lap (the slit isn’t even there unless you reach under the over lap and pull your leg through it), the dress is unrealistically long (even with heels). The actual quality of the material is great, but the quality of the design and make of the dress is below par. This site would be great if you could input your own measurements instead of having to order based on the preset sizings. I had to order based on one measurement that was correct, and therefore made all the other measurements way too big. Other than the improper fit, the boning in the top, the nonexistent slit, and the unrealistic length are more reason to pass on this site. $100 for a dress and over $200 in alterations; you might as well just go to a bridal store and pay for the perfect fit.