Medium is a little large on me and I am 6 months pregnant. I am showing but not too much so it didn't really affect the way the bandage dress fit. Ordered a size that I would normally wear after reading that it runs large! I was going for an oversize fit and it's perfect! Length is a little short but it's fine for me!This short sleeve bandage dress is made of great material, very flattering for a plus size girl. I ordered the XL fits great everywhere just a little on the short size for my liking I’m 5’4”. I’m wearing it for Christmas pictures. I thought about going up a size but think it will be way to big everywhere else. Hope that helps anyone wanting to buy this short sleeve bandage dress.What a great find! This short sleeve bandage dress is so adorable and comfy. The fabric is thin but could be paired with tights/leggings if you wanted to wear in the winter months. Amazing price for this short sleeve bandage dress!
Should you make your own casual white maxi dress? The best advice is not to attempt making your own short sleeve bandage dress if you are not a seamstress.
It's obvious the wedding gown and the beautiful bride to be will become the focal point of the wedding when she enters the room. This is not a good time to experiment with making a short sleeve bandage dress unless you have expert knowledge and the experience of a seamstress.
My wife didn't want the traditional short sleeve bandage dress so she set out to create her own short sleeve bandage dress design. She looked amazing in a wedding dress she designed but made by a seamstress.
She found a photo of a red maxi dress casual she loved and started to think of how to alter it so it satisfied her taste. We knew a seamstress at the time that had a great reputation for sewing and gave her a call.
She was willing to take on the task of sewing the short sleeve bandage dress for my wife with new design and alterations. It became her own creation with the changes she made and it worked out great.
When you come to think of it, short sleeve bandage dress are only worn for a day in all their glory. After the wedding day, you can do with it as you wish, with some brides opting to trash their wedding gowns on the football field, on the lawn and just about anywhere. Then again, why would you want to destroy a memento of your most memorable day, and a costly one, at that?
Instead, you should preserve it by storing it in the proper way. Thus, you can save your short sleeve bandage dress for your daughter, which basically becomes an heirloom dress that can become the "something borrowed" in the wedding planning.