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      Dakar Dress

      AUC16447MD-JG/BK

      $498.00 USD
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      Dakar Dress

      AUC16447MD-JG/BK

      details

      Our tea length dress with Rousseau-motif embroidery is the height of sensuality. The sexy silhouette features romantic ¾ sleeves, sheer neckline and waist details, and a slightly nude lining. The trumpet hem completes the effortlessly stylish look.

      • Color: Jungle Green / Black
      • Approx. Length from Center Front to Hem is 30.5"
      • Dry Clean
      • Imported
      Our dresses tend to run large. If you are unfamiliar with our sizing, we suggest you refer to our Size Guide to find your best fit.

      hem tips

      The skirt is finished with a merrow edge. Sometimes known as overlocking, a merrowed hem is the process of wrapping thread around fabric, yielding an elegant, narrow and uniform stitch. Cut skirt to desired length. Finish with merrow edge. To hem the jersey lining, use a double needle cover stitch to finish hem. Cut the same amount for the lining as you cut from the self.

      Our Customer Care Specialists are happy to answer any questions. For assistance, email us at customercare@tadashishoji.com.

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      a difficult challenge

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      I bought this dress because it had some design elements I required and I thought it was an interesting garment. I'm the mother of the bride and I wanted a dress with sleeves and was mid-calf length. I didn't want a lot of skin showing in front or back.
      Obviously, there were design problems with the design that my seamstress said she could correct, but, because of the "architecture" of the dress, this has proven to be a more complex problem than expected.
      First of all, the nude mid-section of the dress is silly and this and the mid-thigh length of the slip cheapen the overall look of the garment. However, correcting these design shortcomings has proven to be a greater problem than anticipated.
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      a difficult challenge

      (Dakar Dress)

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      share this review
      I bought this dress because it had some design elements I required and I thought it was an interesting garment. I'm the mother of the bride and I wanted a dress with sleeves and was mid-calf length. I didn't want a lot of skin showing in front or back.
      Obviously, there were design problems with the design that my seamstress said she could correct, but, because of the "architecture" of the dress, this has proven to be a more complex problem than expected.
      First of all, the nude mid-section of the dress is silly and this and the mid-thigh length of the slip cheapen the overall look of the garment. However, correcting these design shortcomings has proven to be a greater problem than anticipated.
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