In Bermuda, where I stocked up on them several times, they were only available in the Men's version. As you can see, the sock foot, though size small, is still too large. I've lived with it for many years, though.
Almost all of the company's dresses and gowns can be accompanied by their matching taffeta shawls--which are available at $6.00 each! Some really cute, old-fashioned evening bags and reticules are also on offer at Buy in America.
This next one is actually available in a 44-inch bust: Shimmering Cocktail Dress Note: sometimes there are additional sizes listed a bit lower on the page. At these prices, I can't accuse them of driving down the "plus size" to drive up the price of the dress.
"Send me your stereotypes".~~Her Majesty Queen Rania al Abdullah of Jordan seeks to advance cross-cultural understanding and to send outdated ethnic stereotypes to the ash-heap of history. The Royal Hashemite Kingdom continues its customary tasteful goodwill and diplomacy. It's a brave thing Her Royal Majesty is doing, given the current climate of coarseness on the internet, where all manner of unqualified and bigoted opinions are aired. Queen Rania of Jordan is opening the proverbial Pandora's box in order to encourage cross-cultural understanding. Brava!
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P.S. the tapestry on Elegant Survival is of my ancestor, Birger Jarl, founder of Stockholm and first King of Sweden