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Oversized sheer midi dress. Features a convertible neckline with versatile straps that can be styled with a keyhole crisscross front or slid back for a halter neck with twisted back. Raw hem.

*FP Beach is a collection that embodies the free spirit of the seaside lifestyle with casual knit dressing, lightweight layers, and effortless shapes.

*50% Polyester
*50% Rayon
*Hand Wash Cold
*Made in the USA

Measurements for Small:

Bust: 34”= 86 cm
Waist: 29”= 74 cm
Hip: 38 1/2”= 98 cm
Length: 57”= 145 cm


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Right on!!!! This dress is amazing!!! The color , fit , fabric , style and subtle print ....gorgeous! So soft and easy to wear. I just can't quite figure out how to do the keyhole style .... Fits exactly as pictured 5'4 (long legs) 98 lbs 32A 6.8.2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Karma dress My Karma dress just arrived yesturday! So, excited and I tried it on. I am so glad I bought a medium even though I am usually a large fits beautifully. Fabric is sheer so need a bra and high waisted panties, if not a bathingsuit. Fun to wear and such admiration from others. I also bought an arm band to go with it. I did the keyhole look and love it. Very versatile and comfortable! Great for hot summer days! Shipping was very fast and i really appreciate that! Thank you once again FP!!! 6.17.2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Love the colour but very loose and sheer Bought the XS in suede (5"1/44kg) but was too oversized. I would think the XS will be able to fit up to a size M even for a looser fitting. Really sheer so may have to figure out how to wear a tube slip inside without it showing from the sides. Other than that, its a versatile dress since you can wear many ways or even braid the straps. 6.25.2014
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