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Crinkly crepe, sheer drop waist dress with an oversized apron silhouette, extra full skirt, dropped armholes, and a slouchy back, featuring a single strap. Net inserts and embroidery detail on waist, shoulder straps, and skirt.

*Dreamy fabrics, slubby textures, and ethereal sheer details come together to create New Romantics, a collection of pieces that are hand touched and hopelessly romantic.

*100% Cotton
*Trim: 80% Cotton, 20% Nylon
*Hand Wash Cold
*Import

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 38”=97 cm
Length: 28”= 71 cm

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this! I originally ordered a medium in this, but it was too big for me. (Im 5 7") so I got the small instead. It is still very roomy, so it's perfect for layering, which you will probably want to do. It is very sheer, but still has a little bit of weight to it. Super comfortable too!! I am very happy with this dress!! 6.11.2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by so different! i Love this dress! got it in the army green in extra small because it looked like it would run large - it does but wore it w/ a very form fitting tank and it made it look very sleek underneath - Love it & wanted to get in black but sold out in xs - hoping they get more in! 3.24.2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SO comfy! Got this in the green. SO comfortable! Great to throw on over a t-shirt or bathing suit and still look stylish, and really versatile for dressing up with a great top underneath. 3.23.2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by disappointing I was SO excited when I saw this dress - perfect for Coachella! But in person, not so much. The fabric is fine but the cut is all wrong. It's HUGE and has no shape. Prolly why the girl has her arms crossed in the full body photo. I returned it, not worth trying a smaller size 3.20.2014
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