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Silky vintage inspired maxi slip with lovely lace embellishments. Thin straps.

*100% Polyester
*Lace: 100% Nylon
*Contrast Lace: 100% Cotton
*Hand Wash Cold
*Import

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 34 1/2” = 87 1/2 cm
Length (front): 48 1/2” = 123 1/4 cm

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Goddess of Dresses When I tried this on it took my breath away. I haven't been so moved to write a great review in a long time. It is the perfect shade of paleness. The fabric and lace is very lightweight so it flows beautifully. The side slit is perfect to add a little bit of glamour. It runs LARGE and the straps are not adjustable so I going to have to shorten my straps. I sew, so no problem. I am a full 34 C and the top is roomy, but I like it that way. It is not fully sheer so it can be worn without an under slip depending on the occasion. It also layers nicely with a top or a jacket. I love it. I looked at it for a month before buying and am so glad I did. It will be great for traveling since it does not appear to wrinkle easily and will dry quickly on a rack. The length is perfect for me. I am 5'8" and it comes down to my ankles without dragging on the floor which is important since it would get dirty easily. It looks great with distressed booties. I am 5"8", weigh 150 and have a little bit of a belly and it still is very flattering. 7.6.2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beautiful and sexy ! When I saw the picture of this dress my immediate thought was " Oh my gosh ! That is so beautiful !" After reading the review from the last person and how happy she was, I bought it. It. Is. Stunning! Of course my husband told me it was a beautiful night gown which I quickly replied, " This is a dress that us FP girls will wear with a jean jacket and boots or a loose flowery shirt over it". And that is what I'll do this weekend :) 8.28.2014
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