Bright yellow-gold with bits of pink, blue and green embroidery work embellishes the neckline, sleeves, skirt and hem of this black wool (blend?) maxi dress. I love that the embroidery is on the back of the gown too, oftentimes on modern clothing mainly, I don't see the hand-stitching on the back and it just seems incomplete to me when I see dresses this way, the back, in my humble opinion, should be given equal attention to the front.
Due to its heavily embroidered side panels, the dress falls nicely holding its A-line shape. The sleeves have a slight bell shape and are 3/4 length, note they will not fall all the way to your wrists. The dress is fully lined (even the sleeves are lined) and zips up the rear with a nylon zipper. A wonderfully bohemian look to add to your wardrobe.
Sleeve Length 19"
Dress Length 53"
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