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'Nilimary' tiered fringe hem fishtail dress

Product Code   101306119


Driven by intellectual modernity, Theory portrays its woman with hybrid sensuality. Exquisitely made in a stretchy rib knit, this dress is rawly fringed at the tier and finished with an asymmetric mermaid hem. Designed with a slightly cut-in armseye, this piece sculpts your contours with a body-conscious fit.

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Driven by intellectual modernity, Theory portrays its woman with hybrid sensuality. Exquisitely made in a stretchy rib knit, this dress is rawly fringed at the tier and finished with an asymmetric mermaid hem. Designed with a slightly cut-in armseye, this piece sculpts your contours with a body-conscious fit.
  • Designer fabric: Prosecco
  • Black midweight knit with ample stretch
  • Ribbed round neck and slightly cut-in armseye
  • Asymmetric two-tiered fishtail hem frayed fringe edges
  • Slip-on style
  • Interior hanger loops
  • 90% Viscose, 10% Polyester
  • Wash

  • Dry Clean

  • Model wears size XS and is 5'10"/179cm tall
  • Model's measurements: Bust 87.6cm (34.5") / Shoulder 38.1cm (15") / Waist 61cm (24") / Hip 87.6cm (34.5")
  • Product size XS measures: Length 123cm / Bust 68cm / Waist 58cm
  • Stretch slim fit, and hits below the knee
  • True to size

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