CALYPSO st Barths sz S/M tie-dye silky black/white maxi dress with Fringe belt creative products


This dress is so gorgeous! There is no size tag or brand tag, since it was cut out but the RN indicates that it’s Calypso Saint Barths as does Google lens!

Fits like a small to medium with an unconstructed bodice and comes with a fabulous wraparound Fringe silky sash, belt or neck scarf! Racer back styling

This is so stunning and is perfect for all of your summer events vacation getaway and resort evening dinners!

Slit on side is approximately 19 inches
belt is approximately 5 in wide flattened out. Overall length is approximately 58 inches
and Pit to pit is approximately 19 inches

SizeS
CategoryWomen, Dresses, Maxi
ColorBlack, White
Style TagsBohemian, Coastal, Resort




















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