Shadowline Women’s Plus-Size Petals 53 Inch Short Flutter Sleeve Long Gown, Red, 1X Plus
Shadowline Women's Plus-Size Petals 53 Inch Short Flutter Sleeve Long Gown, Sapphire, 2X
- Exquisite embroidered yoke stitched in Shadowline's signature Petals design
- Soft gathers at the front and back yoke guarantee a comfortable relaxed fit
- Short flutter sleeve and 1" wide hem on gown bottom
- Total length from shoulder to hem is 53"
- Made in Shadowline's soft exceptionally comfortable 100% Opacitrique nylon tricot this fabrication delivers modest opaque coverage Embroidery and fabric is made in the U.S.A.
Shadowline® Petals long gown with short flutter sleeve features our signature Petals design embroidered yoke. Soft gathers falling from the front and back yoke give a feminine touch with a comfortable fit. Made of Shadowline’s 100% Opacitrique® nylon tricot ensures customers maximum opaqueness with exceptionally soft comfort. The Petals collection is the hallmark of Shadowline’s attention to detail and quality. Available in an assortment of sizes & colors. See matching Shadowline® Petals long coat style # 71280
Shadowline Women's Plus-Size Petals 53 Inch Short Flutter Sleeve Long Gown, Sapphire, 2X, Shadowline Sleepwear
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