ABS by Allen Schwartz Women’s Plus-Size Short Sleeve Lace and Tafetta Dress, Black/Ivory, 22W
ABS by Allen Schwartz Women's Plus-Size Short Sleeve Lace and Tafetta Dress, Black/Ivory, 22W
- Short sleeve dress with lace bodice and contrasting taffeta skirt
- Short sleeve dress with lace bodice and contrasting taffeta skirt. Contrasting neckline bowtie detail with center back zipper
Short sleeve dress with lace bodice and contrasting taffeta skirt.
ABS by Allen Schwartz Women's Plus-Size Short Sleeve Lace and Tafetta Dress, Black/Ivory, 22W, ABS Allen Schwartz WOMENS
|Current Price||$134.20||November 13, 2018|
|Highest Price||$358.72||September 21, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$134.20||November 8, 2018|
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