An elegant and timeless dress that is perfect for any occasion. What have we done without this dress in our lives.
Frances is a sophisticated polka dot dress that is a wardrobe must have. Perfect for wearing at the office and then out for drinks in the evening. The dress nips in at the natural waist and skims over the hips making it suitable for a variety of body shapes. A knee length and sleeves that finish just above the elbows means that it is both demure and practical. Team with a pair of red heels, cardigan and lips for a retro feel or some gold shoes and bag for some evening glam.
This dress also comes with pockets, we love pockets.
95% Cotton and Machine Wash.
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