DVF for Less: Old Navy & Gap Wrap Dresses Review

Use code ONPLUSUP to get 10-15% off online, ends 3/21. My Old Navy order arrived and I fell in love with the prints and colors. Sizing is big, as expected, but there is at least one keeper. This dress is very reminiscent of Diane Von Furstenberg’s iconic print wrap dresses.

Fit: True to what the reviews said, the neckline of this is low. But it’s a wrap dress…so just wrap it tighter, or wear a camisole underneath, or use a safety pin or fashion tape to secure the neckline. The only issue I had with this dress was the larger armholes that continues into billowy sleeves, but it was the easiest fix ever. It took me about 10 minutes to slim the sleeves (I’ll show what I did later) and now I’m in love with the dress. I was pleasantly surprised that a regular was not too long on me.

Quality: Material is on the thinner side but it’s what I expected for a jersey-like wrap dress. If you’re prone to showing bulges, make sure to wear shapewear underneath. The inside is not printed, as shown below:

Here’s another dress that I ordered to get free shipping, but unexpectedly fell in love with it. The silhouette is simple but the ruffles add a feminine edge, and the deep wine color is timeless. The fit of a Petite XS is perfect everywhere on me (and can probably accommodate someone a size up, as well). One thing I don’t like about this dress is the thin waist tie – I prefer thick. The material is thin just like the Old Navy.

Gap Ruffle Wrap Dress, 2 colors in reg/petite/tall – extra 25% off w/code GAPEVENT (ends 3/21)

For more wrap dresses at reasonable prices, Gap also currently has a cute polka dot wrap dress (see reg XS on Sydney; thanks RL, for sharing!) and a solid striking summer pink wrap dress available in petite sizing.

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