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London Times Women's Petite Beaded Neck Lace Shimmer Dress, True Navy, 2

Article - London Times Women's Petite Beaded Neck Lace Shimmer Dress, True Navy, 2

A great special occasion, special, very high quality article name of London Times Women's Petite Beaded Neck Lace Shimmer Dress, True Navy, 2 at an magnificent price of (117.34, 'USD') that will amaze you and satisfy your need.

  • 71% Rayon/18% Polyester/11% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Sleeveless pleated dress with embellished neckline and lace yoke
  • Concealed back zipper

Trendy beautiful dress who tailored for women who love the aesthetics. Its made from top level materials and a lot of creativity is invested in making these dress. This dress is suitable for all occasions and in it you will be recognizable in a sea of other dresses. It will make your silhouette to bring to the fore like a silhouette of a model and you will be terribly attractive lady. This Special Occasion dress is available in multiple sizes, choose your during the order process. Possessing of this product emphasizes your personal traits and emphasizes your sophistication to the end. Magnitude of this article is 2 Petite. Brand that produces the item London Times. London Times Women's Petite Beaded Neck Lace Shimmer Dress, True Navy, 2 is recognizable by: Beaded Neckline closure shell. Item color is True Navy. Item is made of Rayon Polyester Nylon. Take advantage of a special offer.Buy this product..

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