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I can not describe to you how excited I am that this dress is back in stock. In fact, I am not even going to say much more than the fact that this dress is back in stock. I almost named this post “BACK IN STOCK” because my brain can’t compute much else over the excitement.

Okay here is the back story to this irrational giddiness over the stock level of a dress: I found this dress a few weeks ago in store and we ended up photographing it immediately because I loved it so much and knew you’d love it so much. Then when I went to post — it was nowhere to be found online. It was already sold out. This was merely DAYS after I saw it in store.  So I decided to wait it out and perhaps they would re-stock. Days passed and nothing. One size would come in and then within an hour it would vanish. You guys know I hate toying with your emotions and wearing something that you can’t buy or at least find a very close substitution to. So today I was like you know what? I’m just going to post it. It’s fine I’ll just find a close second. And then the clouds broke and heaven shone it’s light on my laptop and there like a gift from above was a fully stocked dress. I am not kidding when I say buy this dress — it’s perfect, it twirls, it makes me feel like a woman Shania Twain would be proud of. Seriously, I’m never this bossy but this is the best dress, true to size (although kind of tight in the chest, but whatever, we all have to make sacrifices like bra’s.) I literally can’t even with grammar right now or spelling words correctly because the only thing flashing in my brain right now like a buzzing neon sign is BACK IN STOCK.

TL;DR:  This dress. Back in stock. I have no chill.

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27 Responses

  1. Love this dress on you! I would get it, but I need to wear a bra, so kind of bummed me out when I realized you couldn’t with this. But nonetheless it is a very pretty dress 🙂

  2. Gah – this is so gorgeous! Worried about the sizing though as I’m fairly flat chested and the smallest size they have is a 4. Might have to roll the dice & order anyway because it looks AMAZING on you!!

  3. Oh my goodness, this dress is stunning on you! Is it weird that I feel weird in a fuller skirt? I always gravitate towards pencil skirts and body con dresses…but this dress makes me want to try again! Oh, and I got the OI shampoo and conditioner that you mentioned a while back in my Birchbox and I love them!!!

    1. Don’t you love that shampoo!? I don’t know how but it’s the best. And no it’s not weird about the fuller skirt. I get it — it feels…well, full. I feel very, very fancy for some reason. But I’m a lush and love that feeling. 😉

  4. So adorably cute on you!! What a find! Of course everything looks amazing on you!

    Can you tell me about your gold bracelet? I apologize if you’ve linked to it and I just missed it but I couldn’t find it anywhere.

    1. of course! It’s Gorjana but I don’t think that it is in production any longer. I can not for the life of me remember the name but I scoured Gorjana’s site and Nordstrom and came up short! :/

  5. This dress is so cute and fun. I love the color. The back is great too. It seems my concern about it is shared by a few commenters here. That back won’t cover a bra, no? *sigh* Sometimes I think the fashion industry hates women with big, natural boobs.

    1. Oh it covers for a strapless bra, I just meant it is more fitted on the chest! You can also wear a sticky bra too, if you needed. Eliza J dresses are notorious for being smaller in the chest, so sometimes I have to size up to fit the girls with their dresses. 😉 I didn’t with this one though!

    2. Oh and to second your big boobs vs. fashion industry: I hear ya. *double sigh*

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