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Caerhays Dress


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A flattering and versatile A-line dress in famously soft Seasalt needlecord. Our Caerhays Dress falls above the knee and has ¾ length sleeves and a simple notch neck. A box pleat adds shape at the back. We've finished it with lovely, large curved pockets, and it's fully lined, so it hangs beautifully. Perfect with a pair of our printed leggings or tights and ankle boots, and layered over a Sailor Shirt when it's cooler.

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* * * * * Rated 5/5 (3 reviews)

Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 3 reviews.

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Fit: Small Fit
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Caerhays Dress

Absolutely lovely dress! However, it was snug across the bust. Unfortunately, at 5'1" it looks frumpy or like I'm playing dress up in big girls clothes. Very sad to return such a beautiful piece of clothing.

Posted by  •  18th January 2018

Fit: Bigger Fit
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Lovely dress sadly not for me

This dress is lovely - soft corduroy - nice neckline however the style was not for my shape body. I am seasalt size 10 but the size 10 was like a tent on me and the size 8 was to tight across the bust - really disappointed. I think this style would best suit a pear shaped body as there is plenty of fabric in the waist/skirt area. I also think pockets would be a added bonus.

Posted by  •  17th January 2018

Fit: Small Fit
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Absolutely love this dress

I absolutely love this dress. I went up a size as the fabric (which is soft and gorgeous) is a very fine corduroy and does not give across the chest. I have a largish chest and going up a size was perfect and the arms move freely. there is a zip down the side that makes getting in and out of it easy. The length for me at 5'8" is about 2" above the knee and it looks great with the seasalt grey tights. I look forward to wearing this very comfortable and easy to wear dress.

Posted by  •  14th January 2018

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