Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Little Black Garden Dress

Department: Isaac

Yesterday I saw this dress in the store. It looks cute. I did not have time to try it on but I think that I might soon. It did not look like it would be this short though, I think that this model just has long legs.....

thoughts? My criticism of the day is that I wish Target would photograph their clothes better. It's so blah here. It looks really cute in the store.


  • I orderd this dress in the floral print. And it made me look like June Cleaver. It's not as short as on the model (I am 5'6") and the cut simply is so 50s it cries out for pearls and martini's and heels.

    But now that I see in black... humm... maybe I will try again. Oh it's a true fit. If you wear an 8, get an 8.

    By Blogger Sneadwoman, on Wednesday, June 14, 2006  

  • I tried this on in store and I love it! Its got a classic vibe, but worn with the right accessories, can be so modern and fresh. Love it and am waiting for it to go on sale! I love that the skirt has pockets too. IM's stuff has been getting better!

    By Blogger trishouna, on Wednesday, June 14, 2006  

  • i tried this on and it looked terrible :( i wanted it to be cute!

    By Blogger holly_44109, on Wednesday, June 14, 2006  

  • I agree with Holly. I tried it on and was terribly dissapointed.

    By Blogger disquogirl77, on Wednesday, June 14, 2006  

  • Tried it on and it was between empire and reg waist (I'm 5'4). It was bad.

    By Blogger TRDM, on Thursday, June 15, 2006  

  • Tried it on, thought it looked great, and bought it, but mine is navy--they didn't have black in my store…boo.
    Mine reaches just to my knees. It looks great with and without the belt. Oh and it’s a spread in next month's Lucky Mag.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, on Thursday, June 15, 2006  

  • I know this is an old post, but it's worth noting that it's VERY difficult to get a good picture of black clothing. It's a common practice on auction sites to lighten photos of black clothing until the fabric looks charcoal grey, just so that details can be seen. So, you can keep the color true, or you can show details. Most professional sites will go for showing the true color, though some might also offer a line drawing of the item, or have an option to purchase the item lighter colors that photograph better, as well as black.

    Not that that explains any of's other photography, but it does explain this.

    By Blogger miranda, on Saturday, July 22, 2006  

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