RJC Women’s Full Bloom Tropical Tea Length Hawaiian Muumuu House Dress Blue 3X
RJC Women's Full Bloom Tropical Tea Length Hawaiian Muumuu House Dress Blue 3X
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- 100% Cotton | Handmade in Hawaii USA
- A line pullover style | petal sleeves | one side pocket | tea length
- Comfortable dress for lounging around the house
- This muumuu house dress runs small for some people | please use our SIZING INFO below for a right fit
SIZING INFO | RJC | Women | Style 140 | Muumuu House Dress | SIZING FACTS | please do not use Amazon's generic sizing info for this dress | these are the approx. measurements of the dresses, NOT your body | this Muumuu House Dress runs small for some people especially the shoulders area | SIZING TIPS - to ensure a right fit, please measure a similar dress that fits you comfortably and order this dress according to our sizing info here | order the next size larger if your measurements are in between sizes or if you are busty or if you have broad shoulders >>> DRESS CHEST (additional chest room allowance provided by the gathered stitching at yoke if needed) - (S) 44" (M) 46" (L) 48"-49.5" (XL) 49.75"-50" (1X PLUS) 55"-56.5" (2X PLUS) 59.75"-60" (3X PLUS) 62"-62.25" >>> MID-DRESS (half way between the shoulder top and the bottom of the dress) - (S) 52" (M) 54" (L) 56"-57" (XL) 58"-59" (1X PLUS) 62"-64" (2X PLUS) 66"-66.5" (3X PLUS) 67.5" >>> DRESS TEA LENGTH - (S) 41"-41.5" (M) 42"-42.5" (L) 42.5"-43.5" (XL) 43"-45" (1X PLUS) 45"-45.25" (2X PLUS) 45.5"-46.25" (3X PLUS) 46"-47.5" | for best results - machine wash cold | delicate cycle | mild soap | line dry | cool iron | measurements of handmade apparel slightly different from dress to dress
RJC Women's Full Bloom Tropical Tea Length Hawaiian Muumuu House Dress Blue 3X
|Current Price||$60.00||August 20, 2018|
|Highest Price||$60.00||August 20, 2018|
|Lowest Price||$38.99||August 5, 2018|
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