"I collect just about every layering slip that FP releases in ivory (simply because there are never any other colors I like!). This is a sweet little slip and does add something different to my collection. I like that no matter how many lace slips FP comes out with, there is always something unique about each one. The pattern of this lace is a tiny delicate floral not seen before in any other FP piece. The neckline shape is also unique. The fit is a little odd. I am 5'5", 38-26-36, 36C bra and bought my usual M. It fits beautifully in the chest but does not flatter at the waist as shown on the model. I believe that the fabric is often pinned back when taking front shots (and vice versa) to improve the appearance on film. This practice is common in the fasion industry, so my comment is not directed at FP in particular. The waist is actually about the same width as the bust, which causes the slip to hang away from the body. I am quite fine with that, but be aware if you looking for a fitted shape. One of the most important things to note is that the pleats are not sewn. They fabric is simply ironed into pleats for effect. As soon as this slip is washed, it will no longer have pleats unless you find a way to iron them back into the fabric. My slip is already flat in places simply from wearing it. The quality is not up to usual FP standards (although that will certainly vary from piece to piece) Obviously the hem is just cut fabic and will unravel in time. The darts that form the dip at the mid-bodice are also just left with an unfinished edge exposed. The edges that are finished (including the straps) are unevenly sewn, there were many loose threads and there is even a little piece of grey fluff stitched right into the weave of the lace on my skirt! It sounds like I must hate it, but I actually loved the style and lace pattern enough to keep it. :-))"