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TAM WARE Womens Stylish Surplice Wrap Bodycon Knit Midi Dress

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TAM WARE Womens Stylish Surplice Wrap Bodycon Knit Midi Dress


Product Description

About TAM WARE USA and Brand:

TAM WARE is a family owned company where we design, manufacture, and directly distribute every item to ensure outstanding quality for our buyers.

We don't have wholesalers, distributors or brick and mortar locations.

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About this style:

The surplice neckline in wrap body con style is a must have for this season and this cable knit dress from TAM WARE Inc., is a perfect way to work the trend!

The midi is perfect for any occasion and is sultry yet sophisticated. Easy to throw on in an instant, just pair with some of our killer heels and you’ll be ready for anything!

The body con shape is sure to show off your curves. Simply pair with heels and a clutch for a glam look that’ll draw all eyes to you!

A must have for your wardrobe collection.

- Elasticity: elasticity.

- FABRIC: 65% Poly 30% Rayon, 5% Span

- WASH: Dry, Hand wash or cold water washing machine washing, Air drying

Imported, Deigned and made by TAM WARE INC's Factory

Pull On closure

You can use this Dress for Office or Night Club, Cocktail, Formal, Spring, Autumn, Winter Party Dresses

Care: easy to care, Dray, machine hand wash, air dry

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TAM WARE Women's Stylish Surplice Wrap Body con Knit Midi Dress

This is the size chart for your reference: Inch

Small--------Chest: 25-26" --Length 35.68 --Sleeve:21.26"

Medium ----Chest: 27-29--- Length 36.46"--Sleeve:21.65"

Large -------Chest: 29-31"-- Length 37.25"--Sleeve:22.44"

X-Large-----Chest: 32-33 ----Length:38.04"-- Sleeve:23.03"

XX-Large---Chest: 34-36"---Length 39.82"-- Sleeve:24.21"

Model Tried this item Information:

Height: 6'

Bust: 32

Waist: 25

Hip: 33

Wear Size: Small

Women's Sweetheart Short Sleeve Midi Dress Women's Classic Slim Fit Bodycon Midi Dress Women's Casual Fitted Package Hip Sweater Mini Dress Women's Sophisticated Front Zip 3/4 Sleeve Bodycon Midi Dress Women's Casual V-Neck Knit Sweater Bodycon Midi Dress Women's Casual Slim Fit Knit Front Keyhole Sweater Bodycon Dress
Color 18 Colors 6 Colors 14 Colors 4 Colors 6 Colors 10 Colors
Fabric 95% Rayon, 5% Spandex 97% Cotton 3% Spandex 30% Cotton 60% Polyester 10% Spandex 100%Cotton 65% Poly 30% Rayon, 5% Span 65% Poly, 30% Rayon, 5% Spandex
Elasticity No
Size Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large
V-Neck No No No

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