Pull & Bear

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 Like most things I buy online, I'm hesitant to think they're going to work 100% of the time because I they look so different online. Is it going to be too short? Too tight? Too small? Are the size conversions from one country accurate? Some shops I can easily fit into a zero, no problem. Others a zero is laughable because it's way too small. This dress is a prime example of that. I recently acquired it from ASOS after seeing it on the model and thinking it was darn cute. And okay, the stripes caught my eye immediately (what's new). ASOS has an amazing size chart and I love their videos of models walking in the clothes. It gives you a good sense of what the item will actually look like once you put it on. So, I gave it a go and when I got it in the mail and tried it on, I was hesitant at first. I thought the cleavage was way too low for my liking and the fit was rather odd. But this was a case of "give it a test drive first" so I wore it for a bit, took it on and off, tied it a certain way and voila! It fits me like a charm. And a little cleavage never hurt anyone right? If you're not comfortable showing cleavage, then I would be mindful before purchasing it. This dress is a nice light linen feel and I think it really flatters me. So my advice is if you try something on and at first it doesn't work...give it a day or two to see if you still like it. Most places online give you ample time to test drive a product before sending it back. I'm glad I gave this one a chance. Anyway, hope you all have a great Tuesday! Till tomorrow! *kisses* - Cristal  

Like most things I buy online, I'm hesitant to think they're going to work 100% of the time because I they look so different online. Is it going to be too short? Too tight? Too small? Are the size conversions from one country accurate? Some shops I can easily fit into a zero, no problem. Others a zero is laughable because it's way too small. This dress is a prime example of that. I recently acquired it from ASOS after seeing it on the model and thinking it was darn cute. And okay, the stripes caught my eye immediately (what's new). ASOS has an amazing size chart and I love their videos of models walking in the clothes. It gives you a good sense of what the item will actually look like once you put it on. So, I gave it a go and when I got it in the mail and tried it on, I was hesitant at first. I thought the cleavage was way too low for my liking and the fit was rather odd. But this was a case of "give it a test drive first" so I wore it for a bit, took it on and off, tied it a certain way and voila! It fits me like a charm. And a little cleavage never hurt anyone right? If you're not comfortable showing cleavage, then I would be mindful before purchasing it. This dress is a nice light linen feel and I think it really flatters me. So my advice is if you try something on and at first it doesn't work...give it a day or two to see if you still like it. Most places online give you ample time to test drive a product before sending it back. I'm glad I gave this one a chance. Anyway, hope you all have a great Tuesday! Till tomorrow! *kisses* - Cristal  

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