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Full Bust Clothing Review: the Urkye Dzwonek and Kieska!

I wrote about Urkye in this designer interview, but it’s taken some time for my first order to show up. I’ve been waiting eagerly for my clothes since I’ve heard such great things about this brand, and I’m desperately in need of more casual clothes. I tried both a long sleeved shirt (the Dzwonek) and a 3/4 length sleeve dress in a gorgeous orange color (the Kieska). I was really excited when the postman showed up on Friday with my package! I managed to snap some quick pictures yesterday, since I’ve gotten lots of questions about Urkye and what the clothing is actually like. Please excuse the slightly wonky hair — it just wasn’t working for me yesterday.

The Dzwonek: 

This top is a 42o/oo, but Ula assured me that it would fit. She was right! It’s made out of a light jersey material, which flows nicely but also creates a great shape for the shirt. It’s hard to find this color green, so I’d love to see Urkye make more than just one shirt in it.

This shirt feels very open up top, although not in terms of cleavage. It’s strange to feel like you’re showing a lot of collarbone, but I did the first time I put it on. Now that I’ve worn it out to run some errands, I can see it being my go to casual shirt. I’d also like to try it with some skirts for meetings and other slightly dressier occasions. The sleeves are fun and flattering without feeling full on Ren Faire, and the top is even slightly slimming. It doesn’t really get cold enough for me to stock up on long sleeved shirts, but I’ll definitely be back for the shorter sleeve version of this (and maybe even another long sleeved one since it’s just so pretty). I haven’t washed it yet, but I’ll come back and update the review once I do.

The Kieska:

This dress is a 42oo/ooo, so one bust size bigger than the shirt. Lots of people have been ordering this dress lately, so I’ve been seeing tons of pictures of it on other people. I know for some people it has been hit or miss, but I love it on me.  When I pulled it out of the box, it looked huge. However, once I put it on I fell in love with it. The pockets are a fun detail, and the princess seams help create a slimming look. The sleeves also make your arms look tiny, which is a bonus in my book. This color is perfect for this time of year, and I can see wearing it lots of different ways. Urkye has a short sleeved version as well, which I will be stocking up on for the summer.

The material in this dress isn’t as thick as some jersey or knit fabrics, so I don’t think it will keep you warm during a snowstorm. However, it’s great to layer with tights or scarves for some extra warmth. I also think it would look great with boots, although I don’t own any right now to test it with.

My entire order came to just over $60, which is a pretty amazing price for pretty clothing that fits. I will definitely be ordering from Urkye again as soon as they restock and recommend it to anyone else who is on the fence about trying a new clothing company.

8 Comments

  1. They look great! I think the green color looks really good on you, especially.

  2. Its looks great on you. I recieved the kieska dress in the same colour as you this friday and just love it aswell =)

  3. You don’t own a single pair of boots?! O man. I’m in NY and half my shoe wardrobe is boots 😀 Anyway, I wish more clothing companies made forest green clothing. It’s such a pretty color.

    • I asked Urkye (well, by ask I mean begged on Facebook) and they say they’ll be coming out with more in the forest green! I’m excited and will definitely be picking up whatever they release in that color.

  4. Oh wow, that dress looks fantastic on you!

  5. The Dzwonek really has a lovely color and suits you well. Just a quick question though, Undressed to Impress mentioned that it was sliding down her shoulders showing bra straps and the like. Did that happen to you, too?

    • It didn’t slide down on me, but perhaps that has to do with it being a o/oo versus the oo/ooo that I would have normally gotten? I also realize that to anyone who didn’t buy full bust clothing that sentence would look like total gibberish.

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