Does This Dress ride up the back too much?

x203 x203
Pink champagne dress
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I really want to get this dress but I don't want my butt to hang out! Does anyone who has this experience this problem with it?
03/24/2012
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Jul!a Jul!a
I haven't worn mine in a while, but I think depending on how large your butt is it might ride up some. Especially if you're doing any real bending over. But if you wear it with a pair of fun leggings or something, if it rides up it won't be anywhere near as noticeable.
03/27/2012
Illusional Illusional
I agree with Samantha. It really depends on the measurements.
I'm plus sized and also tall so this is NOT a dress for me in the slightest. I wear it as a dressy top.
03/27/2012
jmex83 jmex83
this is a nice outfit. my wife has a problem with these sort of things ridding up on her because her torso is really long. i guess that will depend on if you are rather shorter in the torso or not.
03/27/2012
wetone123 wetone123
Yes, it will definitely depend on your measurements. I bought the next size up just so it would be long enough to actually BE a dress instead of a top, so keep that into consideration when purchasing. Hope this helps.
03/29/2012
LambChop LambChop
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Originally posted by x203
I really want to get this dress but I don't want my butt to hang out! Does anyone who has this experience this problem with it?
I'm 5'6" and this is like a long top on me. Too, too short to be a dress. It barely covers my butt.
04/20/2012
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