Flowy Lace Patchwork Dress, ASOS
Flowy Lace Patchwork Dress, ASOS
Flowy Lace Patchwork Dress, ASOS
Flowy Lace Patchwork Dress, ASOS

Flowy Lace Patchwork Dress, ASOS

Regular price $63.00

- It was through the acquisition of this stellar piece of art that I was made aware of my own identity as a clothing foster parent. I saw this and simply had to have it, but knew I was merely its penultimate owner. That being said, I will still be heartbroken to see it go. The color is inexplicably perfect, and the layering and the texture make it insanely fun to wear. It will make you feel glam and whimsy and artsy and boujie and dramatic at once and in one fell swoop of the skirt. *Featured in my Georgina look. Tag size: 16. [Empire] Waist: 38 inches, Mid-point of skirt: 56 inches, Hem circumference: 70 inches, Length: 50 inches.

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