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Metaphor Women's Tulip Tier Dress
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Metaphor Women's Tulip Tier Dress

Item# 031VA46599101P | Added on May 22, 2012 | Source: Sears.com
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Say goodbye to the little black dress because this elegant women's tier dress will be your new favorite for formal occasions. A slimming, sleeveless A-line is enhanced with sheer tulip-style layers. Silver and rhinestone fixtures separating satin straps and necklace detail deliver the only sparkle this stunning dress needs ... except for you, of course.

  • Sleeveless with satin straps
  • Round neck with necklace detail
  • Sheer tulip-petal tiers
  • Hidden back zipper
  • Approximately 38 shoulder to hem
  • Fabric: 100% polyester
  • Care: Professionally spot clean
  • Imported
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