Newtown Dress
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Newtown Dress


Up to size 28

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56% Cotton, 44% Viscose

One of our loveliest pieces for the season, The Newtown Dress has a relaxed but beautiful fit, with a gentle V neck and flattering gathers at the waist, which can be cinched in with a fabric waist tie. It’s fully lined with slanted side pockets for anything small you need close to hand, and the 3/4 length sleeves are finished with subtle gathers to the cuffs and a small button placket. Midi length, it’s made from a subtly textured cotton-viscose blend in a signature, handcrafted print inspired by the flowers of Cornwall.

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

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

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Beautiful dress

This is a beautiful, lined dress. A warm, autumnal colour, and feels lovely on. Quite full on the skirt, but balanced by the top half. No stretch in the material though, just so you know.

Posted by  •  21st October 2020

Fit: True to Size 
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Autumn favourite

A lovely dress, nice slightly heavy feeling fabric without being too bulky. Beautiful colours and print.
My usual Seasalt size fits perfectly. As I’m only I’m 5,3 the dress fits slightly longer than on the model, but still looks great with ankle boots for the autumn.

Posted by  •  21st October 2020

Fit: Bigger Fit
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Beautiful dress

This looks just as it does in the picture and is a great autumnal dress, nice and long and a good weight. It’s not flimsy and summery but neither is it thick and heavy. I’m 5ft 2 ins and the ‘fit finder’ recommended a size 10 but this was too big and I returned it and got the 10 petite which is perfect. I found the size 10 slightly too big all over.

Posted by  •  18th October 2020

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