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What Our Customers Are Saying
Reviewer: Katrina A
from Raleighwood, NC
Super cute and fun to wear on spring afternoons! Fabric is thick and high quality, and construction is solid as well. The color in person seems a bit darker than it does on my computer screen, but either way it's a vibrant teal green. Fits true to size, but if you're between sizes like me, definitely size up. I usually go between a S and M depending on the label, and the M fit me great here. I'm pear shaped with a small bust so I could easily wear this without a bra (it has a shelf bra built in), but wore a padded strapless bra anyway to fill it out better.
from San Diego
Oops! Just wrote a review but forgot to write I that I purchased a size small. I'm Shawna from San Diego. 5 foot 4, 120 pounds, small waist, curvy hips, medium chest. Hits about my knee area. LOVE this dress! Extremely flattering, I'm buying more colors for sure.
from Southern Illinois
I never seem to be able to find a hat that fits my bigger head. But I've hit the jackpot with ZAPPOS! This hat is a beautiful bright red color. More of a blue-red as opposed to an orange-red, if that makes sense. Any VERY comfortable!
Traveling the globe in search of the best materials for their clothing and gear, Patagonia leads the way with their innovative fabrics and technologies. Quality and performance are top priority with Patagonia. With every garment made by them comes reassurance that it will not only be long lasting, but strong as well.
Patagonia's values reflect those of a business that started as a band of climbers and surfers who wanted to stay out as long as they can, doing what they love, no matter the weather. Patagonia's design approach to every product, from technical shells for snow and ice, to moisture-wicking underclothes, to everyday clothes, demonstrates a functional bias toward simplicity and utility. Quality is impeccable, and the guarantee lifelong.
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