“So comfy and chic for the summer months.
The embroidered stars are a lovely detail.”

Kate

  

 

Camellia Dress

£69£50

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Description

Keep your cool in the summer months in our light cotton shirt dress in crisp white. The unique broderie anglaise star pattern adds a feminine touch. Just add lace-up pumps.

•Star broderie anglaise pattern.

•Close fit across the bust, with a loose-fit full skirt.

•We recommend sizing down.

•Lined skirt.

•Button front closure.

•Collared with button front & cuffs.

•Model is 5'9" and wears size 10.

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Fabric & Care

•Lightweight cotton.

•Shell: 100% Cotton. Lining: 100% Cotton.

•Length 96cm (size 10).

•Turn inside out and machine wash at 30 degrees.

•Do not tumble dry. Dry away from direct heat and sunlight.

•Cool iron.

•Do not dry clean.

Reviews
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"Love it! Very versatile dress and easy to wear."

Posted by Emily  /  13th June 2017

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"Absolutely LOVE this dress. I wore with denim jacket and silver Converse and worked brilliantly - very versatile and I think I'll be wearing with my Havainas this weekend in the sun!"

Posted by Jaime  /  25th May 2017

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"Love it! Can't wait to wearit!!"

Posted by Helen  /  6th April 2017

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"I love the cut and had high hopes for this as I have worn the Evangeline dress to death which is a similar style. I loved it but sadly going back. I'm a 10/12, 5 4" with a 34 DD bust, and the 12 and 10 were too tight across the bust while the very full skirt and petticoat (nice touch) below the waist billowed like a unruly tent."

Posted by huckleberry  /  28th March 2017

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"Beautiful! Definitely go down a size as it is loose, but oh so comfy and chic for the summer months. The embroidered stars are a lovely detail and the skirt is lined. Well done, Hush!"

Posted by Kate  /  25th March 2017