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Plus Size Fashion Women Butterfly Printed V-Neck Sleeveless Casual Long Dress
Please check the Size Chart before order. If you are not sure the size, please send message to us.
Features:
Crop Top, Women Fashion Summer Top, Best Match for Shorts, Skirts, Jeans and Leggings Pants.
lightweight, soft and breathable; No lining
Casual and elegant ,Evening Party Club Tops, Party Wear or Casual Daily Wear.Perfect for beach, vacation or daily wear.
Washing Suggestion: Hand wash cold and hang dry.
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kindly check the picture for the size detail before purchase it. Please
allow 1-2cm differs due to manual measurement, thanks
Season:Summer,Autumn
Gender:Women
Occasion:Daily,Casual
Material:Polyester
Pattern Type: Print
Style:Casual
Fit:Fits ture to size
Thickness:Standard
How to wash:Hand wash Cold,Hang or Line Dry
What you get:1PC Dress

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