Shabby Apple Ballerina Dress Review

June 6, 2013
Shabby Apple provided me with a Ballerina Dress for this review. The opinions I express in this review are my own.

I’ve had my eye on Shabby Apple clothing for a while now so when they asked me to review their Ballerina Dress, I jumped at the chance.


Shabby Apple is an online boutique that specializes in retro and vintage style clothing.

At Shabby Apple, we believe in both femininity and feminism. As feminine women, we create clothing that is artful in design and crafted with a vintage-style flare. Each piece is carefully constructed to both flatter a women’s figure and maintain her mystery. – Shabby Apple

My Experience with the Shabby Apple Ballerina Dress

I really needed something fabulous to wear to a springtime wedding, and the Shabby Apple Ballerina Dress seemed to be the perfect choice for the occasion.

Here’s how it appears on the Shabby Apple website:


Super cute, right?

Here are some pictures that I took when I received my dress:



And here is how the dress looks on me!


I ordered a size M and found that it runs a bit big. I’m pretty sure that a size small would have fit a little bit better, but I’ll see what happens after I wash it!

The fabric is stretchy but not thin or see through. The dress very comfortable to wear. The sleeves has a little bit of a poof to them, but not too much. Just enough to be cute.

I received several compliments on the dress at the wedding, quite a few people loved the purple/eggplant color, as did I.

Here are a few other items from Shabby Apple that I’d love to own!

Finley Swim Top


Walk The Line Skirt


Ready? Buy from Shabby Apple

If you’re looking for some seriously gorgeous vintage clothing, stop by Shabby Apple today.

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