Melissa McCarthy Seven7 Women’s Plus Size Cascade Draped Maxi Dress, Urban Cowboy, 2X
Melissa McCarthy Seven7 Women's Plus Size Cascade Draped Maxi Dress, Urban Cowboy, 2X
- The colorful print complements the airy silhouette of this maxi dress
- Surplice neckline, caftan sleeves, and elasticized waist
Embody bold yet breezy glamour in this effortless knit dress in an eye-catching print. Surplice styling creates a down-to-there v-shaped neckline that highlights the decolletage and points to an elastic-cinched waist.
Melissa McCarthy Seven7 Women's Plus Size Cascade Draped Maxi Dress, Urban Cowboy, 2X, Melissa McCarthy Seven7 Womens Apparel
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