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I love these dresses,
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This review is from: Yelete Nylon Seamless Long Cami Slip Dress (One Size) (Apparel)
These are the 4th and 5th of these dresses that I have bought. There are just 4 more colors that I still want to buy. I love the fit! My boyfriend has watched me try a couple of them on when they arrived and he smiles so big and says, "Damn. You look hot. That fits your body perfectly."
I read many reviews before purchasing my first two. Some ladies complained primarily about two things. The fabric being too thin and the fit was too tight. Well here's what I will say to that. I live in Florida and thin fabric is most ideal when you live in a place like this. I haven't worn one outside yet, but I'm sure, you will be able to see filtered light through the dress, between my legs. That doesn't bother me. I didn't notice that I could see my areolas through the fabric, so all is well in my book. In fact, after reading those reviews and then actually receiving my dresses, they weren't as thin as some were making them sound. I'm really pleased with them. I think this is where too thin and tight fit, overlap. Let me explain. I don't care how they are labeled, these are not one size fit all. Chances are, most who are complaining about them being as thin as a slip you would wear under a dress or see-thru, are stretching the fabric to it's max. Take a balloon for instance...it's color always looks more solid before you blow it up. The more air or helium you put into it, the more sheer the surface becomes. That's what I believe is happening to most women who are buying these dresses and claiming they are way too thin. All things have a capacity. If you max it out, you can't expect it's properties to remain the same. It's science. Therefore, a dress like this is going to be more transparent on some. The same can be said, if someone is complaining that it's too tight. It's clear from the pics that this is a form fitting, stretchy dress. If it is fitting you so tightly that it is causing you discomfort, then this type of dress is not made for your body type. It's as simple as that. On the flip side, if you are rail thin, these are likely to look a bit baggy on you, in spots. Particularly the lower back, butt, and hip areas. You do need something to fill them out. If you are fit like the model in the photo, they are going to look really hot on you. But if you are too much over her size or have problem areas or cellulite, this type of dress is not going to represent you well.