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Vanity Fair Women's Spinslip 18 Inch 10158
- 78% Nylon, 22% Spandex
- Machine Wash
- Reversible slip with scoop and square neckline featuring slender spaghetti straps
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The Vanity Fair Spinslip Collection offers the ultimate in wardrobe versatility ith a reversible v-neckline and straight neckline. In comfortable nylon spandex for smoothing and all day comfort.
Vanity Fair lingerie makes you feel smart and sensual. Feel sensuous all day, everyday with guaranteed comfort. Breathable, smooth fabrics, and innovative technology provide ultimate figure enhancement, and support. Vanity Fair is a must have in every woman's wardrobe. Elegant and simple full slip for comfortable all day wear. Reversible for multiple wardrobe options.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00D3F979E
- Item model number: 10158
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 30, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top customer reviews
The slip is opaque enough that underwear isn't really visible, but I still find that I need to wear light colored undies to avoid anything showing through. The slip is also fairly long; I am 5ft4 and I find it to be past midthigh. It works out fine for the dress I specifically bought this for, but for other dresses, it tends to be a tad long. This is also generally just larger than I thought it would be; I had hoped it would be a bit more tailored, I suppose.
Overall, it's decent. It does everything I need it to, just perhaps not as well as I want it to.
Based on the size charts, I got an 34-18, but what arrived felt much larger than the manufacturer's measurements. It was loose in the bust (and I'm a 32DD) and billowing around the waist. This is not meant for slim women or hourglass figures. Looking at the photo of the model from behind, I assumed the reason the slip doesn't fit her is because she's rail thin. I'm slender, but nowhere near as skinny as the model, and it is even looser on me.
I almost never wear slips, but I stupidly kept a dress I'm terrified is too sheer because it was cute, forcing me to buy one. I ordered several, and the Vanity Fair slip was the worst of the bunch. Although it's not particularly nice/high quality, this Vassarette slip fit better, didn't show through/around the edges of my dress, and stayed put: Vassarette Women's Spin Slip 10186, Vass Latte, Small.