You can see one of those old private label garments in my "Not a Model" shoot, it's the green Flor Electric Animal dress. In fact several of those old-fit garments are now only $25 in the Gwynnie Bee shop. Many people didn't like the soft jersey fabric of those garments, and the fit was also inconsistent. I really liked a couple of them, but the jersey fabric was very warm and some of the styles were huge on me, and then others had very tight waistbands. It was hard to order the right size.
The new fabric is a polyester/spandex blend with a semi-matte finish and a nice weight. The fit has changed quite a bit. In the old brands, I would always order the smallest size, but even though the 0X looked good on me, there is an elasticized band at the waist in the fit-and-flare dresses that feels tight on me, so I have experimented with sizing up to the 1X. I was a little frustrated that this "sketch" print didn't look great in photos, so I tried taking a picture outdoors.
In the shift dress, which is not supposed to be fitted at the waist, the 0X was a little clingy. I got a pucker in the small of my back with the 0X, which is why I took the picture below, to try to show that. It also was clingy in the belly area so, again, I think I need to size up to the 1X for the fit to be just right.
The quality of the new garments was definitely better, or at least more consistent. They have a coordinating lining to help them fit more smoothly and avoid any show-through of undergarments.
It was fun to participate in this project. All I had to do was try the dresses, write a review, and take some photos.
Edited to add: The easiest way to get a good fit on Gwynnie Bee garments is to use the size charts when they are provided. The new size charts seem accurate, but these dresses may run smaller than many subscribers expect for a GB brand.