“Beautiful, bright, light floaty dress
- can't wait to wear this Summer!”

Chloe

  

 

Iris Dress

£59

In 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

The perfect dress for sunny summer days, we love the bold print and asymmetric hem. Team with metallic sandals and step out in statement style.

• Relaxed fit. Try your usual size.

• Scoop neck, sleeveless.

• Midi length, sits mid calf depending on height.

• Lightweight. Unlined.

• Model is 5'9" and wears size 10.

Fabric & Care

• Lightweight. Unlined.

• 100% Rayon.

• Length 115cm (size 10).

• Cold, gentle machine wash.

• Wash and dry with like colours to prevent colour transference.

• Do not tumble dry. Dry in shade.

• Warm iron on reverse.

• Do not dry clean. 

Reviews
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"Was worried about sizing but luckily read previous reviews and decided on size 10 rather than 12. I didn't want to be swamped in fabric but didn't want tight fitting bust either. Size 10 perfect for 34G. Yes, it is rather see through but because of the flowing fabric it's fine I think. Dress is fab in hot weather and looks elegant. Colours true to picture in my opinion. Very happy!"

Posted by Julie  /  22nd June 2017

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"The material is lovely and light however the downside is that in daylight it's completely see-through :( For that reason I had to return."

Posted by Emma  /  20th June 2017

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"Lovely material. It's a bit see through but lovely for hot summer day."

Posted by Margaret  /  10th June 2017

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"Fantastic dress. Perfect fit, hangs beautifully and lovely cool material - absolutely ideal for summer."

Posted by Sarah  /  10th June 2017

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"Lovely dress in every way. Light and floaty, cool and comfortable, pretty pattern and fab colour blue with pale peach. perfect for the Summer and fine to wear a bra underneath. Absolutely delighted with this dress."

Posted by Elizabeth  /  6th June 2017