Cassandra Stone by Mac Duggal Black Beaded Gown for wholesale

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Beautiful Cassandra Stone Gown by Mac Duggal in Size 4. Excellent Condition. Worn once for prom. Gorgeous black, silver and iridescent beads and sequins. Plunging neckline, front slit, open back. Hook and Eye closure at middle back and waist. Fully Lined. 92% Polyester/8% Spandex. See size chart. Approximate Measurements Laid Flat
Bust 15" Unstretched
Waist 13" Unstretched
Length from top Shoulder strap to front hem 62"
Length top shoulder strap to back hem 72"
Slit length 29"

CategoryWomen, Dresses, Prom
ColorBlack, Silver

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