Tiered Maxi Dress - White size L
SLIGHT FLAWS = GIVING BACK
Our second chance items have minor flaws and do not meet our high quality standards. Creating less waste by using what we already have and giving use to an otherwise discarded piece of clothing.
White tiered maxi dress has slight yellow fabric discolorations in a few spots on the back side of the dress. 3 are on the very bottom of tier and 2 on the center tier
Have to look in natural light up close to visually find them.
See images for imperfection
One size L available
*This item is final sale and has been priced according to the level of damage.
Designed with a third tier on the side panels to add flow and fluidity to the overall shape and you know we added pockets to complete the look!
Pop on a denim jacket. sweatshirt or sweater on chillier days to wear all year round!
- Cotton Blend leftover fabric
- Fully Lined
- Back Elastic Top Hem for added comfort
- Machine wash/Hang Dry *see care tab
- 3-tiered side panels
We recommend choosing your typical button-up shirt size, as the dress is only fitted under the arms around the top of the chest area.
With this dress we recommend using your bra size vs your chest measurement when comparing sizes. Bra sizes measurement is comparable to the top portion of your chest where this dress is mainly fitted.
Back stretch top hem size add 1.5 inches to total chest, however, we recommend using the standard vs. stretch size for fit.
Length of dress measurement from top of shoulder strap to bottom hem
L – 38/46 inches
We repurpose leftover for our garments, they often vary in sizing from one fabric to another. Please check each garment for color/fabric/sizing information.
CARE: Machine wash cold gentle cycle. Hang dry/Lay-Flat Dry.
We recommend washing inside/out and air-drying will keep make your clothing last longer. For maximum benefits and to keep the softness to your garments we recommend NOT USING FABRIC SOFTENER OR DRYER SHEETS. We use wool dryer balls to keep our clothing looking it’s best! Better for your clothing and the environment