Dare to Wear Victorian Gothic Boho Women’s Plus Size Gemini Princess Corset Top Blackberry Brocade 3X
Dare to Wear Victorian Gothic Boho Women's Plus Size Gemini Princess Corset Top Black 2X
- Named Gemini Princess because of the twin corsets on the bodice which flow into twin color insets on the skirt.
- Contrast lace trim and square neckline balance the sweet and sexy.
- Spaghetti ties in the back customize the fit of this gorgeous, slimming top!
- Please ignore Amazon Size Chart and use Dare Fashion Gemini Princess Top size chart, left of main image. Easy-care, wrinkle-free, breathable polyelastane (92% polyester/8% spandex): machine wash cold, line dry.
- Designed and made in USA with Gothic, Witchy, Celtic, Rockabilly, Gypsy, Pinup, Burlesque, and Steampunk influences.
Inspired by our designer's Zodiac sign, the Gemini Princess top has twice the fun - twin corsets on the bodice flow into twin color insets on the skirt. Like all Geminis, the Gemini Princess top reflects intelligence, flexibility, lightness of spirit, and youthful exuberance. Geminis are also known for being the life of the party - you will be, too, when you are wearing this gorgeous, unique top! Your purchase of a genuine Dare Fashion item supports our mission to create flattering fashion for women of ALL shapes and sizes, keep manufacturing in USA, and develop sustainable apparel solutions for a healthier planet. WARNING: Dare Fashion causes increased confidence and happiness, please be prepared for compliments from complete strangers!
Dare to Wear Victorian Gothic Boho Women's Plus Size Gemini Princess Corset Top Black 2X
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