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Icebreaker SF150 Cruise Tank Dress - Merino Wool, Racerback, Sleeveless (For Women)

Discontinued. Relaxed, versatile and oh-so-comfortable, Icebreaker's SF150 Cruise dress is made of lightweight merino wool with a touch of stretch and a functional racerback.

Average Rating based on 7 reviews 2.571428 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JZ from Sacramento, CA on Monday, November 17, 2014
    I love Ice Breaker's dresses. Own several. This one's got great color, that is why I picked it in the first place. Very disappointed when it arrived. Although its make of great material, it's poorly designed or maybe I just don't know how to wear it? its is huge. I am 5'6" 120 lb. usually wears their M. ordered this one small per other reviews. Small is still huge d/t to its shapelessness. May fit a pregnant women, need to wear a shirt inside of dress.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Angie from Manitoba on Wednesday, April 16, 2014
    Love the color and wide stripes at the bottom and of course the material is beautiful . . . however the fit is not so good - the top half of the dress needs to be re-designed, maybe make the fly-back arm holes smaller as they are too big as they are now. One could not wear the dress without a t-shirt underneath (that takes away from the look).
  • Reviewed by garann from Texas on Saturday, December 7, 2013
    This is a nice dress, but it runs VERY large. Since it's not shown on a model it's hard to be sure exactly how it's supposed to fit, but it appears it's supposed to fit close to the body, so the M I ordered was more like an XL. Otherwise cute and good quality, shame it's not available in smaller sizes.
  • Reviewed by Rider of Rohan from The Road and Beyond on Friday, September 13, 2013
    Had to send this back due to xs being too large in the bust, although the hips were fine. I'm 5'8" and 32/25/37.
  • Reviewed by WearsWool from Washington on Monday, May 20, 2013
    This dress is a box with giant armholes. The material is fabulous, but as is, it's maternity wear. Luckily I have a serger, so I added some curves. It shortened up the armholes, and now I have some very comfy sleepwear...but the armholes are still big enough that I'm "hanging out" by the second night of wear.
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