Good in the Sack

A slew of fashion critics have lately questioned the sack dress - Sarah Mower's indictment of the short, shapeless shift is particularly scathing - b
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A slew of fashion critics have lately questioned the sack dress - Sarah Mower's indictment of the short, shapeless shift is particularly scathing - b
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A slew of fashion critics have lately questioned the sack dress - Sarah Mower's indictment of the short, shapeless shift is particularly scathing - but I don't understand all the hate. With a good pair of heels and some black tights, it seems like the sack dress is the great equalizer for spring - if you're too tired to pull together an ensemble, just throw it on and you're instantly trendy. If you're anxious about your body, it doesn't matter, since the dress makes everyone the same shape. And the dresses can come very cheap - especially since they seem like a disposable, one-season trend. But maybe the best benefit of the sack dress is this: Even if you're covering up other parts of your body, you can still show off your legs - something Bill Cunningham chose to celebrate yesterday in The Times. our favorite sack dresses: Ella Moss for $108 See by Chloe for $170 wishful: Chloe for $1790