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Dana Kay Women's 3 Piece Lace Georgette Set, Black/Champagne, 14

Article - Dana Kay Women's 3 Piece Lace Georgette Set, Black/Champagne, 14

A magnificent special occasion dress, unusual, superb quality article name of Dana Kay Women's 3 Piece Lace Georgette Set, Black/Champagne, 14 at an honest price of (60.0, 'USD') that will that will surprise you in a positive way.

  • 100% Polyester
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Mother of the bride
  • Guest of wedding
  • Tiered skirt
  • Easy fit

Unusual fashion dress who tailored for women who love luxury and elegance . Its made from top level materials and its development has invested a lot of effort. This modern dress is adaptive for all occasions and in it you will be recognizable in a sea of other dresses. It will highlight your silhouette like a sirene body and you will be irresistible from all angles. This Special Occasion dress is available in multiple sizes, choose your during the order process. Possessing of this product indicates your unique individuality and emphasizes your sophistication to the end. Size of item are 14. Fashion house that created the item is Dana Kay. Dana Kay Women's 3 Piece Lace Georgette Set, Black/Champagne, 14 the quality of the item are: 3 piece lace detail social set. Color of product is Black/champagne. Item is made of polyester. Buy this product by clicking on button Click To Order from

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Price - 60.00 $

Brand - Dana Kay

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Color & Size - Black/champagne & 14

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