Jennifer Jade Deep V Maxi Dress
- Medium-weight, soft knit material
- Deep V in both the front and back of the dress
- Lace trim around the neck and ruffle flutter sleeves
- It has adjustable rope ties at the sides with small elastic at back
- Waist can be cinched with side ties, measurements are when untied
- Bump and nursing friendly
- Front slits
- Partially lined
- Shell: 100% rayon, lining: 100% polyester
- Machine wash cold, do not bleach, lay flat to dry
- *We recommend hand washing due to fragile fabric and details.
- Trina is 5'6, 32D cup, size 2 and wearing size small
- Miranda is 5'10, 32A cup, size 0 and wearing size small
I love this dress,but it is awkwardly low cut. I solved this by wearing a bralet to cover.
I saw this dress and fell in love. Wanted it for a mom daughter bohemian photoshoot. I was slightly disappointed in color, it was more of a aqua than deep jade. The quality of fabric was not as pictured. It looks almost silky in the advertised photo but was more cotton. I was happy with the fit for sure and it ended up looking nice for the shoot, so over all I was pleased but just be aware the color is a little off and fabric is more cotton and hard to get wrinkles out of.
A few details: I'm 5'7", about 186 pounds in these photos, and 34 weeks along. My bra size at this point is around a 38-40C. Buying a dress for maternity photos is a lot like shopping for your wedding gown. Actually finding the right dress takes hours—days—months! And then the pictures take about 30 minutes haha! Going into it, I wanted a dress that was a little boho, because we had our location (a super gorgeous flower farm in rural Idaho called Lovely Hollow Farm) picked out from the beginning. I wanted something flowy, and after talking to our photographer, something bright that would contrast with the fall flowers. This dress was perfect for a lot of reasons: It's very flowy; the color is eye-catching; it has some sleeves; and the price was was good. If you're planning to take photos toward the end of your pregnancy, this dress is very bump-friendly. The nice part is that even though it can accommodate a big bump, I think it will still look cute even when I'm not pregnant. So I'm excited to wear it post-baby this next summer. Just a few things to consider: 1. Unless you want to want to wear a camisole, you'll need a bra that can accommodate the very low V-neck of this dress. Or maybe just wear those stick-on chicken cutlets? I was able to pin the bottom of the V to my bra to keep it from gapping and showing. 2. This dress sells out so fast, I felt like I was buying Hamilton tickets trying to get it in my size and in the color I wanted. Shop early, get on the waiting list if you have to, and the second you get an email it's back in stock, don't wait. Or, just get a different dress if that stresses you out. Originally I wanted it in rust, but teal ended up being perfect, so c'est la vie.
I normally wear a Large and most times I have to size up because of my breast. I have DD breast that would not fit in this dress. I tried tape to hold the dress in place but the shoulders were too big. For how expensive the dress was it felt somewhat cheap. If you have smaller breast I’m sure this dress would work great for you
Loved this dress; however, it did not fit. It was way too tight in the chest area. Advertised to be bump friendly, but did not support pregnancy XL boobs. Hated that it didn't work. Was a beautiful dress.