And if you need to sit down, or crouch, no wardrobe malfunction worries as there is with a short dress. I love the ease and stylishness. However, i can’t seem to find one that works for me. They don’t cling, they just seem to fall like on a coat hanger, and I look silly. I am so jealous of these ladies and how good it looks on them.
The long grey dress is flattering to a woman’s figure regardless of her size and shape, and while I’d like to see more colourful accessories to go along with it, I can understand why one would be reticent in doing so. http://lordashbury.com
I think I would live in the bottom right or left .. even if grey is not exactly my favorite color . Sitting here in the Berkshires at the moment, I am adjusting to US Winter / Spring, after arriving from Argentine Summer :)
Nice women, nice outfits.I have lots of grey dresses and I’m sick and tired of them because I usually wear them in winter. In the place where I live winter lasts for 7 months((COLOUR!That’s what I like most these days))
The long grey dress? I never thought about it…but it would be the **perfect** canvas for the sunny yellow vest I’m knitting with some woven cotton yarn. The grey/yellow combo would seriously rock and the yellow would pop out like nobody’s business.
Yes, the top left corner is perfect. I love that its unbelted. Its sad that women al;ways feel like they need to belt everything. Mostly it just ruins the line of the dress. I bet that dress would look wonderful on many women. They are all great.
After I first saw the picture on the lower right – two years ago – I was inspired to go out and buy a more-or-less identical dress and have been wearing it the same way -with a big necklace and flat sandals ever since (not the only time this has happened to me from this site; thank you). Great to see the picture again!