“I wore this dress for the first time last night at a black tie event
and I received so many comments on how elegant it looked!”

Barbara

  

 

Giselle Maxi Dress

£95

Low stock

Pre-order items will be despatched as soon as they become available. Despatch dates are best estimates and may change. Often items may be sent sooner.

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Description

This sheer maxi dress is layered over a long slip with subtle star print for standout style. Perfect for special occasions at this time of year.

• True to size.

• Buttoned front and cuffs.

• Shirred elasticated waist.

• Length 152cm (size 10).

• Model is 5'9" and wears size 10.

Fabric & Care

• Main Body: 100% Polyester. Lining: 100% Viscose.

• Cold, gentle machine wash.

• Do not tumble dry. Drip dry.

• Cool iron.

• Dry cleanable.

Reviews
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"I loved this dress on the model, but sadly had to return it as it swamped me. I am too flat chested and straight up and down. I so wanted this dress that I tried the size 8 and the size 6. On the right figure it would look great - it's a fantastic and versatile dress."

Posted by G  /  29th December 2016

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"I loved this dress and reluctantly returned it only because it was too long for me. The shirred waist is so flattering - please design more dresses like this!"

Posted by Eliza  /  16th December 2016

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"Lovely and versatile dress. Comfortable to wear as well, although pretty long (I'm 5ft 8in and it needs a small heel to lift it off the ground). Quite slim-fitting, but very flattering."

Posted by Louise  /  12th December 2016

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"Beautiful dress. Yes it's long, but I'm 5'2", and the size 6 is a perfect slim fit. Please make jeans in small sizes too; they look so good but too big for me!"

Posted by Jill  /  8th December 2016

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"Yes, I'm liking the dress. I'm 5'7", bought a 14 as all rest sold out. Just a tiny bit too big; will need heels too. Wish the stars showed through a bit more. And I too detest the nasty white labels."

Posted by Hilary  /  24th November 2016