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WD.NY Knit Tie-Dye Cap Sleeve V-Neck Maxi Dress

Set your style apart with the timeless and versatile look of a maxi! A fun tie-dye pattern highlights this dress in your choice of an array of colors. You'll find a classic fit with a very soft, knit feel that's sure to make this a favorite in your collection. Elastic below the bust creates a flattering empire waist. Short sleeves and a deep v-neck make this maxi ideal for wearing in warm weather or layering with a cardigan.

Color Choices
  • Black / White - Black undertone - subtle white tie-dye throughout
  • Black / Yellow - Bright yellow undertone - black and soft white horizontal tie-dye through out
  • Multi - Abstract tie-dye design through out - tie-dye is in blue, orange, pink, yellow, black and white
  • Navy / Yellow - Bright yellow undertone - very dark navy blue and soft white horizontal tie-dye throughout
  • Pink / Blue - Abstract tie-dye design through out - tie-dye is in teal blue, deep pink and deep orange set horizontally
  • Purple / Navy - Horizontal tie-dye stripes through out - tie-die is in dark navy, deep purple and soft white
  • Yellow / Turquoise - Bright yellow undertone - black, turquoise and white tie-dye throughout

  • Fit: Classic
  • Neckline: V-neck
  • Sleeve Length: Short sleeves
  • Fabric Content: Made of 95% rayon and 5% spandex
  • Care Instructions: Hand wash cold. Do not bleach. Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry. Cool iron as needed.
  • Country of Origin: China

View the Size Chart to determine your size.

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

Small: Bust: 37", Center Back: 50-1/2"
Medium: Bust: 39", Center Back: 51"
Large: Bust: 41", Center Back: 51-1/2"
XL: Bust: 43", Center Back: 52"

1X: Bust: 44", Center Back: 49-1/2"
2X: Bust: 48", Center Back: 50"
3X: Bust: 52", Center Back: 50-1/2"

Tie Dye: A Worldwide Tradition
Although tie dying became fashionable in the West in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the unique dying process has been around for centuries. The earliest surviving examples of pre-Columbian tie dye in Peru date from 500-800 A.D., and Shibori tie dying has been practiced in Japan since the 8th century. Other regions where various tie dying techniques are used include West Africa, Indonesia and India. Tie dying was not known in the U.S. until about 1909, and the hippie movement brought it to popularity towards the end of the century.

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.