RJC Womens Bird of Paradise Display Empire Tie Front Short Tank Dress in Red – 3X Plus
RJC Womens Bird of Paradise Display Empire Tie Front Short Tank Dress in Red - 3X Plus
- Pullover style | Empire waist
- Adjustable drawstring tie front | knee length
- This short tank dress runs small for some people
- Please refer to our SIZING INFO below
SIZING INFO | RJC | Women | Style 113 | Empire Tie Front Short Tank Dress | SIZING FACTS (1) please do not use Amazon's generic size chart for this dress (2) these are the approx. measurements of the dresses, NOT your body (3) this short tank dress runs small (mostly dress chest) for some people (4) scoop square neck feature may be a tad wide for people who have narrow shoulders | SIZING TIPS (1) to ensure a right fit, please measure a similar dress that fits you comfortably and order this dress according to our sizing info here (2) order the next size larger if your measurements are in between sizes or if you are busty >>> DRESS CHEST - (XS) 34" (S) 36" (M) 38" (L) 40" (XL) 42"-43" (1X PLUS) 44" (2X PLUS) 46" (3X PLUS) 48" (4X PLUS) 50" >>> DRESS EMPIRE WAIST / UNDER CHEST - (XS) 32" (S) 33" (M) 35" (L) 38" (XL) 39" (1X PLUS) 41" (2X PLUS) 43" (3X PLUS) 45" (4X PLUS) 47" >>> DRESS WAIST (taken 5" below the under chest) - (XS) 37" (S) 40" (M) 40.5" (L) 44" (XL) 45" (1X PLUS) 46" (2X PLUS) 48" (3X PLUS) 50" (4X PLUS) 53" >>> DRESS HIP (taken 12" below the under chest) - (XS) 43" (S) 45" (M) 48" (L) 50" (XL) 51" (1X PLUS) 53" (2X PLUS) 55" (3X PLUS) 57" (4X PLUS) 58" >>> DRESS LENGTH - (XS) 36" (S) 36.5" (M) 37.5"-38" (L) 39" (XL) 39"-40" (1X PLUS) 39.5"-40" (2X PLUS) 39.5"-40" (3X PLUS) 39.5"-40" (4X PLUS) 41" | CLOTHING CARE - for best results (rayon) - hand wash cold | mild soap | line dry | cool iron | measurements of handmade apparel slightly different from dress to dress | please contact us if you need sizing assistance. Mahalo!
RJC Womens Bird of Paradise Display Empire Tie Front Short Tank Dress in Red - 3X Plus
|Current Price||$52.00||November 28, 2018|
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