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We'll be blunt: If you buy only one dress this season, let it be the Grecerelle maxi at Amazon — it's $26 and some colors are even less.
This ridiculously popular frock has amassed over 29,000 five-star ratings, and there's something for everyone. It comes in 45 different colors, from a bright sky blue and classic black to an array of fresh floral prints. Best of all, this is the kind of dress you can wear year-round — with sandals or boots.
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The Grecerelle maxi is one of those easy-breezy dresses you can just throw on for a low-key weekend look. Made of super-soft, comfy rayon and spandex, it features a V-neckline and (in a welcome touch) has pockets too. To give it a slightly sexy look, it has a low-cut back and side slits. You can style it with booties and a crossbody satchel or dress it up with heels or tall boots.
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“The fit was perfect — flowy, loose but fits perfectly," said one five-star reviewer. "I ordered three for lounging around the house, but they are way too nice for around the house. I do stay in the dress after I get home — so comfortable. The colors are rich and the dresses are soft. I love, love, love these dresses!!”
Size and fit
“I LOVE this dress!" gushed another big fan. "After seeing a blogger post about it on Instagram, I decided to give it a try! I’m 5’7” and135 pounds with a growing baby bump, and I LOVE how the small fits me! It’s a little shorter than other maxis that I own, but the slits on the sides make that not a big deal. I actually like that it shows off my shoes! The fabric is super comfy and stretchy so I plan to get a lot of wear out of this dress as the bump grows! I highly recommend ordering one!”
Great for petites
“I got the extra-small because of my height and because everyone said the dress was flowy," said this diminutive shopper. "It fit perfectly! The bottom hovers the ground with sandals. If I had a smaller butt or chest it would probably drag a little. It’s not too clingy, but it did fall right over my curves, which I love because it doesn’t make my short self look ‘boxy.’ It’s thick enough so you cannot see your bra through it but thin enough to wear on a hot day.”
This shopper got herself a pleasant surprise: “Awesome dress! After giving birth to my daughter I have felt very self-conscious about my ‘mom body’. However, this dress is so comfortable and very flattering. I was scared that because it's a loose-fitting dress I would look like I was wearing a muumuu. I looked awesome and actually felt pretty again! Will be buying more in other colors!
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