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Kate & Mallory® Knit Sleeveless Elastic Waist Ruffle V-Neck Hi-Lo Maxi Dress

Get ready for an easy care, easy wear maxi dress that's sure to be a favorite. Lightweight and airy, this dress provides comfort with a flattering look. You'll love the bold color choices that are easy to mix and match with accessories from your current collection. Enjoy the summer weather by simply pairing with sandals. You can even wear this dress when the weather is cooler by adding a light jacket or cardigan for a look that is just as fabulous.

A soft and stretchy fabric blend allows you'll move with comfort and ease the entire time you are wearing this dress. Designed in a stretch knit, this dress has v-neck with draped ruffles. Fitted through the bust and elastic waist, the material flows away from your body for a figure flattering look. Completed with sleeveless arms and a trendy hi-lo hemline. Don't forget to finalize your look with some fabulous Kate & Mallory fashion jewelry!

Complete the look with a Kate & Mallory necklace 147-062.

Color Choices
  • Green - Kelly green
  • Red - Apple red
  • Navy - Dark navy blue

Details
  • Fit: Fitted
  • Neckline: V-Neckline
  • Sleeve Length: Sleeveless
  • Fabric Content: Made of 96% polyester and 4% spandex
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash cold, with like colors. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low, remove promptly. Low iron on reverse side.
  • Country of Origin: Indonesia

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Garment Measurements:
Below are actual measurements for this garment. Use the above link to find the best size for your figure.

Missy
Small: Bust: 34-1/2", Center Back: 52", Waist: 26"
Medium: Bust: 36-1/2", Center Back: 52-1/2", Waist: 28"
Large: Bust: 39-1/2", Center Back: 53", Waist: 31"
XL: Bust: 42-1/2", Center Back: 53-1/2", Waist: 34"

Women's
1X: Bust: 42", Center Back: 53-1/2", Waist: 33"
2X: Bust: 46", Center Back: 54", Waist: 37"
3X: Bust: 50", Center Back: 54-1/2", Waist: 41"

Evolution of the Ruffle
Small fabric ruffles first appeared at the drawstring necklines of chemises and shirts in the 15th century. During the 16th century the ruff was born in Western Europe; a ruff was a separately constructed piece of clothing worn around the neck and used to keep the wearer's doublet from becoming soiled. Ruffs eventually fell out of fashion in favor of collars, but various modifications of the ruffle have remained a fashionable form of trim off-and-on during modern times.

Please note: Sizes S-XL are considered missy/standard and sizes 1X-3X are considered women's/plus. Each set is graded separately and sizing may overlap.