Inbetween Days Dress
Inbetween Days Dress

Inbetween Days Dress

Brand: Finders Keepers
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    Woven fabric in a darling shade of pink shapes an angular, strapless, sweetheart neckline with princess seams and unique overlapping panels that crisscross over the bodice and wrap at the waist below diagonal front pockets. Two panels at back frame an exposed silver zipper before the sheath skirt (with kick peat) flows down to a midi length. No-slip strips. Fully lined. Hand Wash Cold.

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