I haven't been too enamored of Gap in quite some time, but I do have a couple pairs of older jeans I love there, and do like their soft Purebody tees. I'm mostly in there for things for the kiddo. I had a rewards card to use there, and my son is pretty set, so I popped over to the women's sale section.
After perusing a lot of shopworn items, my little eye spied the 1969 Western Polka Dot Dress (currently priced online at $54.99, in store for me it was priced $41.99). Well, of course dots always catch my eye. I grabbed the small and medium left and gave them a whirl. The medium was way too big on the bottom, flaring out madly at the hips. The small was much better. I agree with other reviewers that the arms were very fitted, so if that's a problem area for you, this might not work. I didn't try unrolling the sleeves, b/c I liked the rolled look. I didn't get any sort of western feel about the dress in the store, though in looking at it online, I guess I see where they get that with the yoke. I liked the length (hit just above the knee) and it felt a nice weight, in 100% cotton. Shirttail hem was fine and didn't show too much leg from the side IMO. I was trying it on with a cami, so I didn't really notice if there was major bust gaping like one reviewer said. Pockets are a bonus, but if you are really curvy in your hips, they might pooch out there. Overall, I thought it was very cute, and could be layered and worn with boots for colder months right away, and bare legs for spring/summer.
There is also a stripe version and a medium wash. Have you been to the Gap lately?