They said the model was small, but they didn't say she was a dwarf. They said the dress would fit small, medium, and large. This was a FB ad targeted to me in the USA. I usually wear medium or large. I'm 5'7" That's taller than the US average of 5'4", but not inordinately tall. I wouldn't qualify to be a model in the US, where you have to be at least 5'8"
They also said that the dress would fit sizes 8-14 US. I normally wear a 12.
This is what the dress looks like on me
The short part is too short for decency -- more like a tunic. The sleeves are too short -- don't reach my wrists even with the arms extended. Moreover, that long, drapy look from the ad is completely absent. It fits like a regular shirt on top.
The fabric is very warm, but there are no care instructions, so I have no idea whether it should be washed or dry cleaned.
They demand that I pay postage to return it. The postage was $35, which was half the cost of the dress originally.
The USPS has eliminated sea mail, which would have been a cheap, but slow alternative for shipping. Now that Chinese companies are putting so many clothing ads on FB, I think the USPS should re-institute sea mail so that US consumers can return merchandise to these Chinese fraudsters.
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