1. Crystal says:

    Front-slitted skirts/dresses are not flattering on me (and, IMO, are very hard to sit in without showing way too much leg). I’m not loving the pervasiveness of this spring trend. :/

    March 11, 2016/Reply
  2. Erin says:

    That’s EXACTLY what I was thinking! Why can’t designers leave well enough alone? I would buy lots of new dresses, if not for that insane front slit.

    March 11, 2016/Reply
    • Crystal says:

      I have, so far this “spring,” passed on 3 dresses I really liked because of the front slit. Even if I liked the look *and* had the legs of a model, how would I sit at work?! I tested and thought the results were indecent. 🙁

      March 11, 2016/Reply
  3. Angela says:

    Killed it with these dresses. Love.

    March 11, 2016/Reply
  4. Raq says:

    I love the blue scuba midi dress but I’m afraid it won’t look as good on someone really flat chested 🙁

    March 11, 2016/Reply
    • Anna says:

      I love the dress in theory but it looks like it’s pulling the model’s boobs down (she also seems fairly flat chested). I wonder, if you have it tailored so that it fit higher if it would actually make your chest look fuller?

      March 11, 2016/Reply
  5. Courtney says:

    For the record, I just received the white dress. It’s godawful in person. The color is neither cream, nor white rather it looks more like a sweat stained white t-shirt. The material feels slippery. The cut it just strange; the bubble at the hips actually starts at the waist and the front slit is quite high. I had great hopes based on the pictures, but unfortunately it is one of those bad asos apples.

    March 21, 2016/Reply