GARY GRAHAM black cotton maxi dress with beading SZ 2 exclusive


GARY GRAHAM black cotton maxi dress with beading SZ 2

NICE BLACK COTTON MAXI DRESS
SHORT SLEEVES
ROUND NECKLINE
DECORATIVE BLACK BEADING ON FRONT WITH TULLE RUFFLES
CONCEALED BACK ZIP
SIDE POCKETS

Material

100% COTTON

Condition

GENTLY WORN, GOOD CONDITION

Please see photos for details.

APPROX MEASUREMENT

Displayed Size

2

*please refer to measurements*

Shoulder Across

14.5 "

Chest

33"

Waist

27"

Hips

36"

Sleeve

11"

Total Length

55"

Size2
CategoryWomen, Dresses, Maxi
ColorBlack




















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