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Nope.

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Not interested in any of those pieces.

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On 2/10/2015 lolakimono said:
On 2/10/2015 brii said:

The fabric they're using is neoprene?

Here is the description from the last listing-

Go ahead and twirl. Whether you're on the go or just striking a pose, Isaac's figure-flattering neoprene dress has all the right moves. Princess seams create the fitted top, and the flared skirt will make you want to take a spin or two. From Isaac Mizrahi Live!(TM).

Fabrication: neoprene

Features: flare dress, neoprene, cap sleeves, crew neckline, princess seams, dyed-to-match stitching

Fit: fitted chest; relaxed below waist

Length: missy length 38-1/2" to 40-5/8"; plus length 41" to 42-3/4"

Content: 95% polyester/5% spandex

Care: machine wash, tumble dry

Imported

And from the paisley dress-

Feel like you're fresh from the runway in Isaac Mizrahi's neoprene, paisley-print dress. Done in an A-line with princess seaming and a seam detail at the waist, it has great structure and a knockout silhouette--a winning combination for every body type. From Isaac Mizrahi Live!(TM).

Fabrication: neoprene

Features: A-line, paisley print skirt, princess seaming, waist seam, sleeveless, V-neckline, lined bust

Fit: fitted; cut to follow the lines of the body

Length: missy length 36-1/2" to 38-5/8"; plus length 39" to 40-3/4"

Content: shell 95% polyester/5% spandex; lining 100% polyester

Care: machine wash, tumble dry

Imported

The only thing SCUBA about this garment is the shape! Neoprene is made of synthetic rubber isn't it? {#emotions_dlg.blink}

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The description below if from the website of DuPont (who makes neoprene). It makes me wonder who would want to wear an everyday garment made of a rubber simulant, and to me, it doesn't matter if it's George Simonton or the $1000 Balenciaga.

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Invented by DuPont in 1931, Neoprene is a versatile synthetic rubber still used for many chemical and weather-resistant applications today.

DuPont Neoprene polychloroprene was originally used as an oil-resistant replacement for natural rubber.

Today, solid grades are used in synthetic rubber goods, and as base resins for adhesives. Water-based dispersions are ideal for adhesives, dipped goods and foam. Resistant to oil, wax and grease, Neoprene can withstand temperatures from -50°C to 120°C. It’s also inherently resistant to ozone, weathering, and water or soil immersion.

DuPont is the only producer of Neoprene polychloroprene in North America, and our decades of material-specific experience continue to inform new application development around the world.

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Not one of my favorite fabrics

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I wouldn't want to wear a dress made out of neoprene.... I just wonder about the sizing...especially that first dress... I am a scuba diver, and those neoprene wetsuits, tho stretchy, show every bump and curve I have. NOT flattering! {#emotions_dlg.crying}

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I have a neoprene hoody from Lulu Lemon. It felt really stiff when I first wore it but then it started to soften up. It is a heavy fabric.
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Scuba = a fad

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I bought a pair of scuba pants at Stein Mart last weekend. I plan to try them out tomorrow for a few hours. They seem very comfy. I'm worried they'll be too hot to wear all day.

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