Roman maxi dress that ‘doesn’t crease’ is so popular shoppers stock up

Once you’ve found a dress that fits well it can be a smart idea to snap up the same silhouette in several prints and colours. That’s exactly what fans of fashion brand Roman Originals are doing with this floral maxi dress as they ‘love the relaxed style’ of it.

One shopper said: “I have the same dress in other colours and I love them.” While a second person added: “Vibrant colour, good fit, comfortable, my 4th dress in this design- I love them!”

Now is a great time to add the Lime Floral Print Button Detail Maxi Dress to your basket as it is on sale for £40.80 down from £48. If shoppers apply the code EV15 at checkout they can also benefit from 15% off any item on the Roman Original’s website during the limited-time deal. 

The Lime Floral Print Button Detail Maxi Dress has a shirred middle so it’s little wonder that wearers praise it for having a ‘flattering fit’. The fabric is stretchy, the drop skirt maxi hem looks beautiful and we love the button detailing. 

It’s a versatile style that can be worn for all kinds of occasions, be it a summer garden party with sandals or pottering around day to day with trainers or pumps. One customer said they bought it to ‘wear to a wedding’, sharing that ‘it fits really well and the material feels lovely’.

They then added they would then ‘take it on holiday’ as it is ‘not easily creased’ so can be packed in a suitcase with no problems. If you’ve never ordered from the Roman Original’s website before, shoppers confirm that the dress ‘is exactly like the picture’, with one person saying: “I loved it as soon as I tried it on.” 

There is one feature that shoppers should be aware of and that is the skirt length. Reviewers warn that despite its ‘lovely material and fit’ they found it to be ‘really long and touched the floor’.

Another person said: “I  bought this to go to a summer wedding. Looks good on and I like the neckline and short sleeves. It comes up long for me 5′ 5″ but with a little heel it’s okay.” 

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