Embroidered Majolica-Tile Dress

This tulle dress with whimsical detailed embroidery captures the richness of majolica tiles. Solid white stretch cotton sateen frames the jewel neck, front V-slit, and square armholes. Spring is just right for fine women’s dresses. These ladies’ frocks achieve the perfect shape. Tailoring and fit are paramount.
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Product Details

• Self: 100% Polyester Combo: 98% Cotton, 2% Spandex

• Strong Blue, Muted Yellow, Black, Ivory White, Navy Blue, Muted Red Orange, Muted Lush Meadow Green

• Classic fit

• Shift shape

• Greek majolica tile-look embroidered tulle with stretch sateen framing

• Six different tile patterns

• Hidden back zipper

• Drop waist

• Front and back princess seams

• On-seam pockets

• Lingerie loops

• Lined

• Dry clean

• Dress length: 37 1/2" from high point shoulder based on size 8

• Skirt length: 21 1/2"

• Style Number: 2-DR-2880

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The Stretch Cotton Sateen Story

Stretch cotton sateen is the ideal spring fashion fabric. Its blend of cotton's breathability and softness with the sheen and stretchability of spandex creates a luxurious feel. This fabric drapes beautifully and fits fabulously, offering comfort with great style. Its smoother texture also holds colors and prints with beautiful clarity.

Scandi Prep Textiles

Spring's editorial Scandi Prep trend showcases an effortlessly chic aesthetic, featuring head-to-toe ensembles crafted from fabrics with a handcrafted look, such as this embroidered tulle. Silhouettes emphasize comfort with loose fits, complemented by timeless details, such as the elaborate, tile-look embroidery. This trend exudes a refined yet relaxed vibe, blending traditional craftsmanship with contemporary style, making it a perfect choice for those seeking both sophistication and comfort.

A Taste For The Drop Waist

The editorial Drop Waist trend resurrects a 1920s classic but with a more appealing silhouette. Instead of coming at the natural waistline, the flare now occurs at the hips, which can create a subtle (or dramatic) pannier effect. The sleight of hand lies in how it accentuates the hips and narrows the waist, inspiring well-deserved accolades for its uniquely appealing design.