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Sweet Pea Butterknit Gown-FINAL SALE

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Creamy soft…perfect for snuggling! 

Description:

  • Lightly padded cups with floral lace overlay
  • Adjustable straps
  • Sheer florial lace in back
  • Lace trim side slits on bottom hem
  • Bow detail at front center
  • Straight hem
  • V-neckline

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    K
    04/10/2016
    KJ

    Lovely, though not for pear-shaped women

    For some context, I'm 5'4", weigh about 135 lbs., and my cup size is 38C. I ordered the medium. The good: Loved the top half - pretty, fit well, and was flattering. The straps in back are about the width of a normal bra strap and have the same kind of metal adjusters as a bra. So that seems much higher quality than the wimpy spaghetti straps and cheap plastic adjusters that come standard on so many nightgowns these days. The length was also perfect for my taste - hit right about at the knee, or maybe just slightly above. The not-so-good: The bottom half was very unflattering on me. Way too form-fitting across the stomach and thighs. This is a typical problem I have when trying to find nightgowns, so it's not specific to Rhonda Shear. It's incredibly difficult for me to find anything that's not a frumpy sack that actually fits and looks at least half-decent. If you're pear-shaped like I am, this is not the nightgown for you. I'm guessing it probably won't work well for an apple-shaped woman, either. For someone with a more evenly-proportioned figure, this gown would be a knockout.

    Sizing Information
    Rhonda Shear Intimates are created with love for all shapes and sizes, and are designed to help you look and feel your best no matter what the occasion . Please see below for helpful tips to finding your perfect fit by Rhonda Shear!
     

    Sizing Guide:

    Size  Dress Waist Hips Bust Weight
    XS 0-2 25½ 35½ 30-32 90-110lbs
    S 4-6 26½-27½ 36½-37½ 32-34 115-130lbs
    M 6-8 28½-30 38½-39½ 35-37 135-150lbs
    L 10-12 31½-33 41-42½ 38-40 155-180lbs
    XL 14-16 34½-36 44-45½ 41-42 185-200lbs
    1X 16-18w 37-39 46-48 43-45 205-230lbs
    2X 20-22w 41-43 49-51 46-49 235-275lbs
    3X 24-26w 44-47 52-55 50-52 280-320lbs
    4X 28-30w 48-50 56-58 54-56 325-360lbs

    Did you know that almost 80% of women do not know their correct bra size?

    A woman's body shape and size will continue to change throughout her life, and it is important to periodically be fitted. Knowing your size in intimate apparel can be especially important as wearing the wrong size or style for your unique shape can lead to unflattering looks and discomfort.
     
    Shopping for undergarments is about as personal as shopping gets, and everyone has their own personal preference for comfort and compression. When searching for the perfect bra keep in mind that there are many different styles to choose from and some will work better for you than others, even in the same size, so when possible try on several styles in your size to see what works best. In my Ahh styles for example, I can wear anywhere from a Medium to XL comfortably. Find your Ahh Moment by finding what makes you comfortable!
     
    This chart is a great starting point on your way to that Ahh Moment!
     

    How to find the correct size for you

    Using a soft measuring tape measure the following as instructed:
    • Bust Measure: Measure around the fullest point of your bust (we recommend doing this without a bra, or with an unpadded bra for the most accurate measure).
    • Waist Measure: Measure at the natural waistline; just under your ribcage.
    • Hip Measure: Measure around the fullest point of your hips and seat.
    • Bra Measure: Start by measuring tightly directly under your bust, take this number and add 3, this gives you the size (for example if you were to measure 33 around, you would be a 36). Then measure from the center or fullest part of the breast down to under the bust. Each inch is equal to one cup size (A=1, B=2, C=3, D=4, DD=5, DDD=6, etc; for example, if you measure 3 from the center of the bust, the cup size would be C). Combine these two aspects for your basic bra size in this case 36C.
     

    Bra Conversion Chart

    Size  Dress Band Cup
    XS 0-2 30-32 A-C
    S 4-6 34-36 A-C
    M 6-8 36-38 B-DD
    L 10-12 38-40 B-DD
    XL 14-16 40-42 B-DDD
    1X 16-18w 42-44 C-DDD
    2X 20-22w 44-46 C-DDD
    3X 24-26w 46-48 C-DDD
    4X 28-30w 50-52 D-DDD
     
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    We hope you find your Ahh Moment!