Tallulah Dress
Tallulah Dress
Tallulah Dress
Tallulah Dress

Tallulah Dress

Brand: Show Me Your Mumu
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    Sequin love seriously representing here. Pink, pearl, gold and blue all shine off of her dark black base. Her geo modern flowers are so fun. Give her even more glitz and glam with gold, silver and pewter bangles, rings, and pendants. Tallulah Dress never gets tired of running around the gallery - she does run it after all! She loved painting as a little girl and studied art and art history in college. Even though she's a busy art director for the gallery she still finds time to paint her heart out in the studio. And she still always looks super polished. *MADE IN THE GORGE USA* *100% Polyester *Lined *Basically Wrinkle-proof. Throw in purse for later recommended. Jordyn is 5'8 and is wearing a size small.

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