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Window Box Dress

£75.00

NEW AW17

In stock - Despatched in 2-3 working days

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61% Cotton, 39% Viscose

A relaxed-fitting midi dress made from soft and drapey cotton viscose in an eye-catching leaf print. Our Window Box Dress sits on the natural waist and is fully lined, so it hangs beautifully for a flattering silhouette. Box pleats to the front and back add shape to the skirt. This versatile style is finished with a scoop neck, ¾ length sleeves with button loop fastenings and an invisible side zip.

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Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews.

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Lovely print

The print on this dress is very eye catching, and the material is soft and of excellent quality. The main colour is a dark green, though it looks rather more blue online. The dress was a bit long on me - more of a maxi than midi - but it was easy to shorten by an inch. The fit is excellent otherwise. - I'm 5ft 3 ins and a size 18. It makes an excellent addition to my huge number of Seasalt dresses.

Posted by  •  12th February 2019

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Lovely print

I received this pretty dress yesterday. The print is bold and eye catching. The material is good quality (as always with Seasalt), and drapes well. The general fit is excellent, though for me the dress is a little too long - more maxi than midi - on my now 5' 3" (size 18). I had no difficulty in turning it up an inch - would have shortened it more, but the lining comes right down to just above the hem. The main colour looks more blue online, but it's actually deep green - not a problem for me. Overall, I'm very pleased with my purchase. Another great addition to my huge collection of Seasalt dresses!

Posted by  •  10th February 2019

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