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1950s Style Grey & Multicolor Ornamental Lights Print Sleeveless Lucy Dress
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1950s Style Grey & Multicolor Ornamental Lights Print Sleeveless Lucy Dress

ITEM #:P35981
1 Reviews351

Regular Price: $114.00

Special Price $54.00

Regular Price: $114.00

Special Price $54.00

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We’re aglow with anticipation, gals! The Lucy Dress from Emily & Fin is adorned with multicolor ornamental lights on a soft lightweight grey knit cotton in a charming flare design. The sleeveless bodice has a gentle scoop neckline which gatheres along the banded seamed waistline for a lovely fit. A graceful A-line skirt is pleated, gathered, and fully lined in comfortable cotton. Outfitted with side pockets, back zipper, and elegant keyhole cutout that secures with a crystal button on the back. Get ready for the Festival of Lights!
Available in sizes S-2X while supplies last.

THE LOOK

FEATURES

Imported
100% Cotton
Machine Wash/Dry Flat
Back Zipper/Button
Lined
Side Pockets
Material Has No Stretch
Model Pictured Wearing Size S
Model Info: Height: 5’9” | Bust: 34C | Waist: 26 | Hip: 36.5 | Wear Size: 2/4

SIZING

For tips on how to use this chart, please see our Sizing Guide.
All measurements are in inches.

Size Numeric Bust Waist Hips Length
S 4 35 27.5 Open 37
M 6 37 29.5 Open 37
L 8/10 39 31.5 Open 37
XL 12 41 33.5 Open 37
2X 14 44 37 Open 37

Customer Reviews

Overall Ratings
Based On 1 reviews

Fit

Runs Big

Rachael L.

02/06/2017 11:51 PM

Fit

This dress is super cute and the quality is nice--but it runs very big! I always order things off Unique Vintage based on my measurements, and this is the first dress out of the four or five I have ordered that hasn't fit like a glove when it arrived. Not a huge deal, but now I have to visit the alterations lady because I purchased as a final sale item and can't exchange. Such is life! Just for reference, my measurements indicated I should order the XL, which I did--but I could easily have gotten by with the L.