This is Gap's Strapless Pom-Pom Dress (style #585664), which originally retailed for $69.50, and is currently on sale online. This dress is numerically-sized, and was available in coral, light brown, and off-white colors. It is also available in regular, petite, and tall sizes. Gap describes the dress as such:
This dress has all the right moves: the babydoll silhouette provides a flattering fit for all body types, while the artsy pom-poms and romantic shirring add texture and volume.
The dress fits true-to-size, but I would note that it isn't super light. The dress has a couple of layers, if I recall correctly, and while the fabric itself is pretty light, I think the detailing kind of weighs it down, both literally and figuratively. The dress does move and flow very nicely. It has an empire waist, and is fairly comfortable (granted, I only had it on for a few minutes).
I dislike this dress for two reasons: the pom-poms, which are the feature of the dress, and the unnecesary "romantic shirring" at the bottom. It's not that I object to the shirring itself, but there's just so much of it. It's so long, and I think it would have looked better if it were half as long. I think it makes the dress unnecessarily long, too. I can usually squeeze by in a "regular" dress as far as length goes, but this one is just ridiculously long. I mean, look at the model - it's above her knees. Mine is at least halfway to my ankles.
And of course, there is the elephant in the room to address, the pom-poms. Ugh - this was the main feature of this dress? The pom-poms are arranged in a couple of half circles on the bust. Looking at them now, it almost looks like they were trying to emulate a double-strand pearl necklace or something, but I think they miss the mark a little. The pom-poms are hard, and I think they are too big and clunky for the material.
I think it's fairly clear that I did not like this dress at all. I think Gap had the potential for a pretty cute dress, but I think they overworked the details (shirring, bottom hem, pom-poms), and ended up producing a dress that looks weighed down, when it should look fun and flowy. I passed on this one.