Sparkle Stretch Cut-out Dress, ASOS (12)
Sparkle Stretch Cut-out Dress, ASOS (12)
Sparkle Stretch Cut-out Dress, ASOS (12)
Sparkle Stretch Cut-out Dress, ASOS (12)
Sparkle Stretch Cut-out Dress, ASOS (12)

Sparkle Stretch Cut-out Dress, ASOS (12)

Regular price $29.00
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This dress is one you might not know you need until you have it (so I guess you’ll just have to take my word for it.) I am continually shocked and surprised by how many vibes this dress can support. Pop a cute sweatshirt over it with a fanny pack + Gen Z sneaks and you’re one of the cool kids. Funky earrings + party boots and ur perfectly dressed up to go get down on a dance floor. Toss on a profesh double-breasted moment and thigh highs boots??? dAMN bish, ur lookin chic af. Fabric is super stretchy, measurements taken unstretched. Tag size 12, Waist: 30”, Hip: 38”, Back (pit to pit): 37”, Skirt length: 18”.

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