The natural beauty of the ocean, giraffes, tigers, parrots and details of early 19th Century Iban Ikats designs were the inspiration for the timeless prints and details of this exclusive hand-drawn "Midnight Crest" Design from our "Salmon Crest Collection".
The luxurious and elegant draped back Mai Tini dress is made of silk and fully lined in silk. Each dress is a unique work of art and crafted with fine details and exquisite stitching.
- Exclusive Midnight Crest print from The Salmon Crest Collection
- French Seams outer Shell and Lining
- Front of Dress: Shiny and drapy Silk Charmeusee print with vibrant colors
- Back of Dress: Silk Charmeuse
- Back of dress features silk charmeuse print drape
- Hidden back zipper closure
- Designed and made in USA
FRONT: 100% Silk ( Silk Charmeuse )
BACK: 100% Silk (Silk Charmeuse )
LINING: 100% Silk ( Silk Habotai)Care Information:
- PROFESSIONAL DRY CLEAN ONLY USING MILD PERCHLOROETHYLENE
- DO NOT BLEACH OR TUMBLE DRY
This item's measurements are:
Waist Hip Bust
0 25 35 32
2 26 36 33
4 27 37 34
6 28 38 35
8 29 39 36
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