I took my measurements quite carefully and they ranged from an A2 to an A10 based on your size chart, so I went with the largest size because taking in is easier. Needless to say, the dress would have easily fit two of me when it arrived. Ten days is not enough time to take the dress to a proper stitcher to have a look at, even when you work on Broadway and have easy access to professional costume designers. Most stores have a 30-day return policy and often even 60 for online purchases. All that said, my larger issue is with how the dresses are marketed. I find it difficult to believe that as bridesmaids, we all necessarily identify as female, and should choose a dress based on a woman's name. Perhaps you as a company feel this is empowering, but even as a straight woman, I find it stifling to be a "Nora" or a "Flora," as if I am to fit into some sort of preconceived mold. I would offer the suggestion that your dresses sport names that are descriptive of their cut or fit as opposed to the promotion of an idea of the woman who might wear them.
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