Paradise Found Womens Bird of Paradise 2007 Short Tank Dress BLACK XS
Paradise Found Womens Bird of Paradise 2007 Short Tank Dress BLACK XS
- Waist darted back
- Fabric is cut on a bias
- Sleeveless | knee length
- Pullover style | a line style
- Please refer to our SIZING INFO below
SIZING INFO | Paradise Found | Women | Rayon | Short Tank | SIZING FACTS - this short tank dress runs small for some people | this sizing info is intended for reference only, measurements can vary between dresses >> DRESS CHEST - (XS/6) 33" (S/8) 35" (M/10) 36" (L/12) 38" (XL/14) 41" (XXL/16) 44" >> DRESS WAIST - (XS/6) 31" (S/8) 33" (M/10) 34" (L/12) 36" (XL/14) 38" (XXL/16) 42" >> DRESS HIP - (XS/6) 34" (S/8) 36" (M/10) 38" (L/12) 40" (XL/14) 42" (XXL/16) 44" >> DRESS LENGTH - (XS/6) 38" (S/8) 39.5" (M/10) 40.5" (L/12) 41" (XL/14) 42" (XXL/16) 43" >> CLOTHING CARE | for best results (rayon) - hand wash cold | mild soap | line dry | cool iron >> please contact us if you need sizing assistance. Mahalo!
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