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Women's Sleeveless Seersucker Gingham Ruffle Dress - Alison Andrews Black/White
About this item
Fit & style
- Model wears size S/4 and is 5'9.5"
- Sleeveless gingham dress makes a timeless addition to your wardrobe
- Cotton-blend construction and loose silhouette offer a flattering, comfy fit
- Transitions seamlessly from day to night and season to season for versatile wear
The perfect pick for a picnic, date night or an outdoor brunch, the Sleeveless Seersucker Gingham Ruffle Dress from Alison Andrews will have you channeling your ladylike style anywhere you go. Crafted from a breathable cotton-blend material with a relaxed fit, this black and white dress will keep you comfy from a warm day spent under the sun to a brisk evening enjoying the sunset. The gingham pattern makes for a classic look you'll love incorporating into your everyday style, while the ruffled hem adds a touch of sweetness to complement your feminine flair. Wear the dress with bright slide-on mules during the summer, and then switch to boots and layer with tights and a jacket once the temps drop.
Material: 52% Cotton, 48% Polyester
Garment Length: Mini
Features: No pocket, Sleeveless, Back tie
Primary occasion worn for: Casual
Care and Cleaning: Dry clean
Item Number (DPCI): 303-09-1215
Origin: Made in the USA
Ratings & reviews3
overall: 3.3 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
Very long, GREAT for all the tall gals!
2 out of 5 stars
DesertBloom — 7 months ago
This dress is very long. I'm 5'6" and it was below my knees in both a size M and L. The fabric wasn't soft. It gets two stars, rather than one because it is lightweight and didn't appear see through.
5 out of 5 stars
C007009 — 8 months ago
I am obsessed with this dress! I ordered this as well as the nearly identical J. Crew Factory version and preferred this one wayyyy more. It is higher quality fabric, soft, comfortable and the fit is exactly what I was looking for. I have hips and a bust (5 ft 7 in, 150 lbs) so I went with a medium ...see moreof the reviewer's review