Vintage Print Long Sleeved Prairie Maxi Dress
This artisan-inspired maxi dress features a beautiful vintage print placed on the sleeves, center, and bottom, balancing out the black material for a pleasing blend of solid and vibrant colors. The plunging round neck collar and long length add a whimsical summery vibe that is also perfect year-round. Pair this prairie dress with booties, flats, sneakers, and a jean jacket. Machine wash cold tumble dry low to medium heat. Iron if needed or lay flat to dry.
- Neckline: Round Neck
- Sleeve Length: Long Sleeve
- Dress Length: Maxi
- Pattern Type: Print
- Silhouette: Shift
- 40% Elastane, 60% Rayon
- Machine Washable
LOve this dress it has become a fav. I am5' 4" and aprox 155lbs and it fits perfectly and is very flattering and fun.
I LOVE THIS DRESS!!! The fabric is amazing - so soft and washes well. Is recommended washing in cold water, drying lightly on low hit, and hang to fully dry.
I ordered this dress quite a while ago and have gotten so many compliments on it that I wanted to order more.
I have successfully ordered these dresses in nearly every color!
Super satisfied! Material is great, soft, & lightweight!
The colors are exactly as shown; bright & vivid!
Plenty of room in the skirt so it does not cling to hips or buttocks.
Use a soft measuring tape for perfect sizing!
These are my measurements:
I’m a size 16/18 -
(38C bra size)
45 bust x 41 waist x 51 hips & the XXL is perfect!
I wore it to wear home after my day surgery. All the old women stared at me and nudged their husbands with their elbows because they had decided it was a nightgown. My under 30 nurse fang irked and called others over after she had felt how soft the material was.
You will have a much better reception from all people because I am overweight, have very short hair and am 50. If I had found a way to belt it, maybe the oldies would have got it. Because it is rather flows, a belt would have made it more age appropriate for me.
I regret nothing and plan to wear it whenever and however I want. Let the non-bohos talk amongst themselves, I say.