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Lolita Dress- Marie Antoinette - Lace-up back Size M

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This is a gorgeous lolita dress made with classic white and blue toile de jouy fabric. The bodice is adorned with bows, thin white lace, and gold-rimmed fabric covered buttons.

It has a removable light blue satin sash.

The straps fasten in front with buttons, and there is an invisible zipper on the side. The dress laces up corset-style in back with a matching fabric cord. There is a channel of elastic at the back to help the dress fit perfectly.
After adjusting the lacing for the first time, the dress is easy to put on.

The dress is fully lined and the edges are serged for a professional finish. The skirt length is 22 inches from the natural waist (knee length).

In the photos a petticoat is worn under the dress- the petticoat is not included.
The dress is fun to twirl in even without a petticoat, but it is wonderful with a petticoat.

The dress measurements are very adjustable thanks to the back lacing.
Recommended measurements are
Bust: 38-42inches
Waist: 30-34 inches

This dress is ready to ship and will be mailed out within 48 hours of your order.

If you need to return it, mail it back within 15 days of receiving it. Returns are refunded except the cost of return shipping.

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Lolita Dress- Marie Antoinette - Lace-up back Size M

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, invisible zipper
  • Only ships to United States from Iowa, United States.
  • Feedback: 124 reviews
  • Favorited by: 237 people