H&M Spring Review: Emerald Green Pencil Dress

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Dress: H&M sz 2, $34.95, item # 052574   Heels: Louboutin Simple 100 pumps (similar in 5.5-11)

When I first tried on this dress, I was in love with the classic silhouette. It reminds me of something Victoria Beckham would wear and is reminiscent of the ASOS pencil dress I got in two colors, except this one is lined, has stretch, is less poofy at the hips, and costs quite a bit less. I also love the color (a true, preppy kelly green) which is flattering against many skin tones.

Here I am experimenting with the double-placket blouse layered on top. What do you guys think? Weird or do-able? The greens are a perfect match and I like that it almost looks like a shirt dress.
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I will warn you guys though that this dress has it's issues and will not be flattering on every body type. After bringing it home and carefully examining the quality and fit, this is what I noted...

1. As with many H&M dresses, the torso is cut snug and narrow. A size 2 measures 14.5" across the chest, 12" across the waist and fits me snugly there, but there is room to give in the hip area. When fully zipped, the back is pulled completely taught on me (notice small lines or "pulls" are starting to form at my lower back) and will look unflattering and bulgy if you're not wearing the right size up top. I don't know if a size 2 will comfortably accommodate chests larger than 32A or B (for reference, I am now a 30A).

If you're buying this dress, make sure to check your back view. A photo is my favorite way...mirrors can deceive but photos don't lie!
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2. The material is thin and may show lines underneath. The material feels like a thin crepe fabric with stretch (97% poly, 3% elastane) and is fully lined in a stretchy polyester knit. If you look at my very first photo, the inside lining on the chest area is showing through. I'll have to iron it out and make sure to wear seamless undergarments with this dress.
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3. The neckline is too low-cut for work. Cleavage-mania! Unless I wear a cami underneath (which would certainly take away from the classic lines of this dress) or wear a blouse over it, I would not be able to wear this on a day-to-day basis for work. It'd be a nice dress for other occasions though, like parties or showers or meals out.

4. Length - how much to hem? My natural instinct was to shorten this dress to my usual formula of 2" above the knee. However, after playing around with pins, I found that this dress looks better and more elegant, balanced and sleek with a longer skirt. I'm showing the dress here with nude heels which has the most elongating effect possible - but I must keep in mind that this length will not look nearly as flattering if I'm wearing flat shoes.

My final pin was slightly above the knee (shown below) but I'm still not sure if it's right. If I choose to hem, it will take a bit of effort to DIY since there is lining and a black slit, which will have to be closed completely.
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Verdict: Despite the issues, I love the color and silhouette of this dress. For $35, I decided to pick it up and blogsale later if it does not get enough wear. I like how Elle wore it with trench and brown, but bare-legged days are definitely over in the Northeast.

Sold. I have an extra dress in sz 2 up for grabs which I am willing to sell (US addresses only, please) for $45 plus ship. I get out of work after the post office closes so I cannot guarantee when it will be mailed out. If interested, please first leave a comment to claim it and then email me. The size 2 measures: 14.5" from armpit to armpit, 12" across the waist, 16.5" across the hips, and 37" length.

Readers - What do you think of this dress? Where do you advise hemming it to?

83 comments:

  1. This color is gorgeous! I do prefer the above-the-knee hem. I love this paired with the pearls!

    Regarding the top worn over the dress...see the dress seam at the arm poking out in your first pic? That is what makes it a no for me. I can see the top working with other dresses, though!

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  2. I would prefer shorter dress,
    green with nude is nice!
    xxx
    Miss Starshiny

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  3. I like the length probably a bit in between the original and what you have pinned up. It's very classic looking. When I saw the dress in the store, I was immediately turned off by the material. I know what they were *trying* to do, but to me, it just looked cheap. I also had the pulling in the back, except that since my waist is a bit wider than yours, I also had pulling in the front. I could zip it up, but if I ever chose to eat a big meal, I would not be happy. The length in the torso was a bit long for me. I had to pull it up to get the same silhouette that you have in the dress. My bust and shoulders are also larger than yours, and although the shoulders fit, I felt like it was flattening out my chest--and I certainly don't need any help there. :P Needless to day it was more bad than good. I love me some kelly green, but there was just too many things about this dress on my body that I didn't like.

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  4. I like the dress hemmed above the knee as well and it's a pretty color on you! Pretty perfect fit too...you are so tiny!

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  5. The color and the silhouette look fantastic on you. I believe this was a great buy because you look marvelous.

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  6. jean, this is a beautiful color on you! i like it with the blouse, i think it makes it work appropriate (if you did want to wear it to work!).

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  7. I'm surprised a certain blogger hasnt ask you to sell it to her yet ;) Great analysis as usual, Jean. You put thought into your purchases and I think that quality is something you are teaching your readers. Have a happy holiday!

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  8. I also find H&M dresses a little tighter on the torso. I like the color very much. Looks good with those shoes.

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  9. Are you trying to profit $10 by picking up one of the few size 2s left? Thanks.

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  10. I'm interested in the dress! Kathryn27@gmail.com

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  11. The color of the dress is seriously stunning, and I like the length at 2 inches above your knee. Pairing it with the green blouse is so creative and completely transforms the dress. Great find! (:

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  12. I really love this colour on you Jean. I do have to say I like it better with your green placket blouse and pearls. The final hem where it is just at the knee looks perfect!

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  13. I LOVE it with the blouse on top- I can't believe the colors are such a great match!

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  14. Yes, like an earlier poster commented, why did you pick up an extra size 2 dress? If your intent from the beginning was to sell it to a reader for your own personal gain of a profit, you should have left it in the store, so that someone else could have found the dress, fair and square, like you were able to.

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  15. Jealous of people that can wear capsleeves. No way would my usual size 2 or 4 fit my wide shoulders.

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  16. the dress looks great on you. you look fab in green. i agree with you in the sense that this dress will not flatter all body type, but it is nice on you. you should hem it to where you feel it would flatter you the most since you'll be wearing it. ;)

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  17. I love it with the blouse. I also love the longer length, really elongates your legs.

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  18. @Anonymous I add something on to items that I ship to strangers to help compensate for the time - it takes quite a bit of time to find packaging and wait in line at the post office, so I hope anyone who buys it can understand. I get emails after every single H&M post from ladies asking to buy the item, so I picked up an extra because my 3 local H&Ms had quite a few of these. $10 personal gain is hardly a driving factor for me - I understand your opinions however and going forward I will not be picking up any extra for others.

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  19. @PetiteAsianGirl I appreciate your diplomatic response, but yes, please stop buying all the size 2's going forward for your own profit.

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  20. @anons about extra charge..
    i for one, wouldn't mind paying an extra $7-$8 (some areas have clothing tax) if i know that i'll get alot of wear with the dress...especially if there is no h&m in my area, but that's just me....i can understand why some people would charge something for their time because it does take time.... :)

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  21. I love this dress on you! The shape is so nice!

    I think you should hem it but other than that it looks perfect! Great find!!

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  22. The green color looks beautiful on you! I would leave the length as is. I think you definitely can pull off that length. Your nude pumps elongate your legs. I haven't been to H&M for a very long time. Sounds like they have great new arrivals for the upcoming Spring already. Happy Holidays, Jean!

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  23. I don't have an H&M near me, so I would gladly pay a little extra.

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  24. I know Jean posted a reply but I would factor in $34.95 plus tax and Paypal fees. I've sold NWT items that way. If i buy a $35 dress in my state, im actually paying $38 for it. If I want to get exactly how much I paid for from someone paying by Paypal, I would have to charge about $40. She's hardly "profiting" by adding extra $5 for her to package it and travel to the post office to mail it out. And besides, the petite community is known for picking extra small sizes up for each other since those go quick, esp at H&M, and not all states have an H&M store.

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  25. @Anonymous

    Jean just said she did not purchase the extra size 2 for profit; I don't understand your comment.

    Btw, thanks for screwing up everyone else's chances to score something from Jean's thoughtfulness.

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  26. @Anon - I smell a hater! If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say it at all. I doubt anyone with a life would go out of their way only to make an extra $10. Think twice about your ridiculous accusation.

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  27. @anon

    I don't think she is out to get rich off of buying an extra dress lol. I think it's a nice thing that she does. I don't have an H&M anywhere near me and if there was something I wanted I wouldn't mind paying extra. It would be the same as paying for shipping at an online retailer. I don't think it's right to be telling her to leave the size 2 dresses at the store. She did PAY for them "fair and square" just the same as anyone else. That's just my opinion though.

    Jean the dress looks wonderful on you!

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  28. Jean,
    I posted a comment on your last post about the skirt. It was meant for the FIRST and SECOND photos of the post, meaning that it was for the beige skirt you paired with Gap navy sweater.

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  29. please leave it as is and don't hem it !
    I dont understand why you keep hemming things.You look better in longer hemlines.Don't really get your above the knee formula.You actually look shorter in above the knee dresses

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  30. I actually really love the top over the dress. I would be uncomfortable with that neckline too. But the top looks so perfect with it, beautiful draping. It sucks that H&M dresses are sometimes too thin because then it would invariable show the undesirable VPL. But it is a great color and fits you like a glove!

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  31. Love you wear the dress in the original length. It's more elegant.

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  32. I prefer the shorter length on you because it looks more balanced to me. Love how H&M made the colours match exactly so we could play around with the pieces. I like how it looks with the sleeveless blouse!

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  33. I think hemming the dress to right around the kneecap would be best.

    The original length is lovely, but a tiny bit long. Above the knee doesn't suit the style of dress.

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  34. This dress looks AMAZING on you. Just beautiful. And I love it with the blouse over it too. <3

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  35. I love everything about that dress. I wish I had reason to pick one up! I think this dress looks better and more elegant with a long hem. Maybe just take up one inch, but don't go above the knee. It looks more expensive and polished with a long hem.

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  36. The dress is gorgeous on you! Such a great color!

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  37. don't worry too much about what other people think and do what you want to do. picking up an extra size 2 for someone who wants the same dress is hardly a crime. i can only imagine how many requests you get for an item you've featured on your blog, so you picking up an extra dress is understandable. if you wanted to profit a bit from it, so be it. no one is being forced to buy it.

    i tried on the same dress the other day and it looked bleh on me. it looks great on you though!

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  38. Hi, Jean. I studied your pictures for a long time. Here's the theory I think behind the bunching in the back - the dress is made for regular height people, not petites. When you pull the dress down to straighten the dress, the dress's "normal" waist area will hit an inch or two below your natural waist which is your tummy. So the dress's waist will naturally ride up because that's where it wants to be - your waist, hence the wrinkle. You can test my theory by pulling the whole dress up by an inch or two on the shoulders, see if it still has the bunching problem.
    As to the hemming, I'd go just a tad longer than your pinned place. Your are the queen of proportions, and that's exactly where I see problems with if you hem it that short.
    Also I think wearing the blouse over it does work. It does make it look like a shirt dress.

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  39. I meant to reply to anonymous's comments earlier but got distracted =) Jean charged an extra $10 for picking up the dress is pretty reasonable. I am sure her time is worth more than that. Besides her time, she has to pay for a padded evelope which costs almost $2, the time to wait in line to mail out the item (especially this time of the year) and of course, for gas..etc. For those who do not live near a H&M, this is the only way to get their hands on these items (since H&M does not online ordering system yet). I am sure they would not mind paying a bit of extra $$ for the items that they want. If Jean doesn't charge a small fee, she would lose her money by helping others. I don't see a real reason for doing that.

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  40. $10 markup on $35 dress is way too much, IMHO. I'd resell it at cost + shipping as a nice gesture. Invite good karma too! Said with love, Jean, no hate! :-) Merry Christmas ! BTW, Non-petites love your blog!!!

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  41. I am not sure where everyone who reads Jean's blog lives...but a $10 markup is more than reasonable. It doesn't matter if something cost $2 or $200, her cost to pack + ship remains the same. The few instances when I've helped out blog friends I've lost money (about $10) charging just the cost of the item + shipping...I did it happily because I've been the recipient of their kindness so it's only fair. That said, to expect Jean to be your personal shopper at her expense is completely unreasonable. She already puts in a ton of time writing the post, photographing the item, and taking measurements. Put yourself in her shoes, would you do it for free for a stranger?

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  42. Love the dress on you! I wish there was an H&M by me so I could go try it!

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  43. I also want to add that Jean NEVER fails to reciprocate someone's act of kindness. I sent her candy once and specifically instructed her not to do anything in return, she almost immediately sent me something back and still thanks me for the candy to this day. It's been like a year. It boggles my mind when someone questions her motives. Just...I have no words.

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  44. Hi Jean, I'm a former Bostonian delurking to say I love the blog and check it religiously. I was so excited when you linked to your twitter pictures and saw the kelly green dress. It's my current color obsession and I've been trying to find a kelly green dress for months. I picked it up in a size 4 and it fit perfectly. For reference I'm 118 and a 34A and I did not have issues with pulling or lines in the upper back/torso area. I did have an issue with the lining showing through in the bust area like you did. I hope it's not too noticeable or that I can iron it like you said. Anyway, love your blog and your finds!

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  45. Hi Jean, the color and cut of the dress look great on you! I agree with Cher, that the hem may look even better between the hemmed picture and original length.

    @Anonymous - Jean's response is very reasonable and makes a lot of sense. It's very helpful of her to buy an extra that can be bought directly from her for people who don't live near an HM or don't have the convenience to go to one and it is fair for her to ask for something extra to compensate her for the time and effort. Also, she pointed out clearly that there were many dresses available, so she did not "buy up" all the size 2's which you keep accusing her of.

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  46. I don't know why but the blouse shirt dress is just the prettiest :) And I do love the kelly green... it's definitely a unique color that I don't see often. :) It's a good look on you!

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  47. Love the original length on you! However pulling the dress up by an inch or so might help you get rid of the cleavage problem. Otherwise you can always wear an elaborate big necklace or a nice sweater.

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  48. my sister got this same dress, but in black!..for reference, she's a 32B and a 2 fits her just right across the chest...but you are correct, cleeeeavage for days lol

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  49. This is such a lovely color on you! I also think the above the knee flatters best on you, however the original length also works! It does look very Victoria Beckham-esque :)

    also in response to the other comments, i dont have an H&M near me (nearest one is about 1.5 hrs away) so I think that Jean did a very kind gesture by picking this dress up for those that are interested (and also like me and dont have access to an H&M or the time for that matter (esp at this time of year).

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  50. I love almost all aspects of it (color, skirt, back view) but something about the front of the bodice doesn't look quite right to me. Though I'm not sure what it is... It looks lovely with the blouse over top - I'm amazed at the color matching!

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  51. @Anonymous I don't usually comment but it just boggles my mind when you read Jean's blog yet don't appreciate what she already does for us by reviewing these lovely products. If she really wanted to profit, wouldn't she buy up all the small sizes and not just one??

    Anyways, great post as usual Jean. You look lovely in the dress. The blouse sure makes it work-friendly but I don't really like the sleeves sticking out. I used to hate going to try things on and would always attempt to eyeball it but you've definitely inspired me in the way I dress now. Clothes that actually fit certainly makes a huge different on how you present yourself.

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  52. I've been an avid reader of Jean's blog and I ALWAYS love her detailed reviews of items I might have otherwise never picked up or tried on. I'm sure it takes a lot of time to photograph and describe each item, so please be more appreciative instead of accusing her of trying to make a measly $10 "profit" off this blogpost by selling ONE dress. At this time of the year the post office lines are so horrendous you cannot pay me enough money to stand in line. Thanks for ruining it for the rest of us.

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  53. Jean I love your blog, please don't listen to that anonymous reader who accused you of profiting off buying that dress. That is seriously utterly ridiculous. Keep up the good work! I hope you never stop blogging. I've learned so much from your site.

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  54. That's a lovely dress :) I prefer the length of the original hem too, it seems to balance out the plunging neckline and make the entire silhouette slim and classy with a touch of vintage sexiness! But yeah def have to wear heels with it. Would it be worth it to try pairing it with a statement necklace large enough to cover up the neckline? Not sure if I like the blouse idea, you might as well just buy a pencil skirt instead!

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  55. i like the original length on you :) because it fits well elsewhere, i think the longer length looks good & balances it out.

    Katie x

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  56. Wow, that is a great dress and color. I especially love how it looked with the shirt over it. You could barely even tell it was two pieces. I think the original length is perfect. When it is shorter, it looks a little more poofy at the hips. I might need to make a trip to H&M soon....

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  57. @Anonymous
    I certainly think "anonymous most negative" is a hater! Jean looks absolutely better in shorter hemlines generally! AND THATS A FACT! Re the Green dress: I believe she should not use her 2" formula but choose an "in between" length as that may be a little too short and ruin the effect of the dress. Jean is one of the most thoughtful and sohisticated bloggers ever and knows exactly what suits her body. As the others said she can hardly profit from a measly 10 dollars. Hey if you dont have anything relevant or nice to say - don't say anything at all Ms Anonymous!

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  58. Just so you know, people on the chunky end of the Asian scale love your blogs too! :) You make everything look so elegant; and this green is reallie something!

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  59. @Anonymous Jean raises a good points that in photos she is wearing skin colored heels so the long length might look good, but the same length probably does NOT look good when wearing flats or lower or darker shoes. Hemming to a length that is flattering with all types of shoes is important for short legged women. I know she asked for reader advice but your comment about how she needs to stop hemming everything in a know it all tone is a bit off putting.

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  60. I love it with the blouse on top!

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  61. Jean- that looks lovely on you! I think the dress looks even better with the shorter hemline, but I'm a big short hemline person myself. At first I did wonder why the item was $10 extra plus shipping, but I knew it was unlike Jean to want to make a profit on her readers and a $10 profit is ridiculously low anyway. When I think about it, the other readers are right--it costs $$ to package things, and a lot of time--especially right now--to ship items. Plus as many readers pointed out, there aren't H&Ms near everyone, so Jean is doing people a favor.

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  62. This dress and color are gorgeous on you! Reminds me a lot of the cobalt blue one I picked up from asos earlier this year.

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  63. I LOVE this dress on you! It is absolutely stunning, and I'd say keep the length! It's much more Victoria Beckham that way, and very unique. Love it.

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  64. Hi Jean :)
    As a fellow petite, I totally understand the temptation to hem skirts and dresses to shorter lengths to avoid looking stumpy, but I absolutely adore the original length on you. I think that you are so naturally lean and thin that you don't have to avoid longer hemlines all together! :) I agree with whoever said that the original length may not look as great with darker shoes or heels, but I'm also a firm believer that dresses aren't meant to be worn with every shoe in your closet. Would you really wear this dress with flats or black heels anyway? Based solely the pics you posted, if you must shorten it I personally wouldn't take more than 1/2 inch, but then again it's only a suggestion. I just feel like your "shortened pic" destroys the beautiful lines in that dress and wouldn't quite be worth the $35 -you could probably find a short dress like that anywhere, and for less. I also love the way you wore the blouse over the dress, the dress looks so elegant on you either way, and the color suits you beautifully. You really do have quite an eye for classic pieces! :)

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  65. I love both looks! That green is gorgeous. :)

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  66. Meant to comment yesterday - the hem at its original length makes it very Victoria Beckham, as others have said. As the neckline is a bit much for work, I assume you'll wear heels out, so I'd stick with the nude pumps for the elongated look + the vamp of the longer silhouette.

    As to the brouhaha about the $10 - anyone that's ever had to hunt for a certain size & style (calling SA's first thing East Coast time, etc) would certainly agree that $10 is more than worth it to get exactly what they want, especially at such a half hazardly laid out store as H&M! Case in point, by the time I read your post, several hours after going live, the dress was already snatched up.

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  67. I already commented but I wanted to say I agree with Megan--I've been on the phone countless times with SAs from H&M looking for items and would be relieved if I could just purchase it from someone else. Today alone I've called about 5 stores looking for the dress. For some reason they all only have sizes 8 and up. Darn.

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  68. I am 5'7" and read this blog religiously! Everything you put together is fabulous!!! I have no clue when it comes to dressing. Thanks for your time and effort and ignore anything negative!!! I always buy what you recommend, and always at a discount. I never comment, but know there are lots of loyal followers.

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  69. love it with the blouse and pearls!

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  70. Oh Jean, don't listen to the people who don't understand what it's like to NOT be able to find your size in stores ever! I live in an area with an H&M at every mall, and I *still* have trouble finding things that fit my absurdly large chest, short legs and weirdly small shoulders (I say this about myself in love, really). If somebody out there were my size, and blogging about it, and they bought something I really loved and could never find, I would GLADLY pay extra to get my hands on it. I don't think you should stop blogsales ever! I think many women appreciate and love you for your thoughtful reviews and helpful recommendations. If one (or two) anonymous people want to think you're buying and re-selling for a profit, they obviously don't have trouble buying their clothes in store like some of the rest of us. Besides, to the accusation that you're buying up "all" the size 2s for profit...I think it's clear that you only had one extra. Last I checked, H&M doesn't only sell two dresses across the country in size 2. So how could you even POSSIBLY be buying all the size 2s for profit? Most absurd allegation ever.

    Anyway, sorry for the long long comment, but the dress looks awesome! And if you could find one of those seamless bandeau bras that don't have cups on the inside, you could maybe pull it off at work with one of those on the inside? Although if lines are showing through, it might not be as flattering. I love the original length on you. Super classy :)

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  71. I found this sheath dress similar to the ASOS one Jean reviewed in the past: http://www.kohls.com/kohlsStore/zbrandskiosk/women/ab_studio/dresses/PRD~912674/AB+Studio+Solid+Sheath+Dress.jsp but no petite sizing :(

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  72. Just received the chambray shirts from Coldwater Creek that you mentioned the other day. Got all 3 colors and I have to agree that the blue isn't great, but for $10 it will do. Also must thank you for the tip on the belt hanger. Just organized them all and my closet sighed with relief! Thank you.

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  73. I just bought 2 great Lucky Brand scarfs at TJ's. One for me and one for my husband's daughter. $20 each instead of $80. Happy Happy. Paula Richard

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  74. Quick review from a non-petite/petite-regular: I tried on the dress yesterday in my regular H&M size 8 (I'm usually a size 6). It was fitted and had some pulling in the back, but not much. I tried on a 10 and it gave just a touch of wiggle room without being loose or baggy. It eliminated the pulling in the back and has some space to slip a cami under it for cleavage modesty. The length was perfect on me - fell to the middle of my knee (I'm 5'4-5'5)

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  75. I love the look with the blouse on top!! I am dying to know - how did you layer the blouse on top of the dress with the tucked in look? Do you have a belt tucked underneath the excess fabric??

    ps. love your blog! :)

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  76. can you show how you tucked your shirt into your dress? this technique has alluded me...

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  77. i got this dress in both green and black! I loooove the way it looks on. I've been finding that I've been enjoying H&M a lot recently

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  78. I love your blog. I am a recent follower and I cannot believe you reviewed this dress. I saw this dress yesterday at my local H&M and picked it up. I love the details on the side of this dress but I hate how the facing shows through at the bust. I will most likely return it for that reason.

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  79. Looks great Jean! You have such a good eye. I'm a new reader but have been thoroughly enjoying your posts.

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  80. hi,
    i randomly saw this on my fb and happened to browse your website. omg i love the way you carry your style makes me feel fashion is not overrated at all. you make everything look so classy and i like the green dress, but i think is suitable for girls night out or a date or something not for work which i totally agreed : )

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  81. OMG! dress is gorgeous on you!! Such a great color and you looking so pretty! xo

    Emma!
    designer eyewear frames

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