Vibrant pink and yellow velvet florals pop from the black sheer mesh on this burnout velvet vintage dress. The dress is see-through so you'll need a slip or something underneath. It's go great texture and color.
If you zoom around the last image you can see how the mesh is really a dark color, in the photography and on my stark white mannequin, the black mesh gets a little lost. You can wear any color slip underneath.
The cut is pretty straight so the fit is loose.
The dress pulls on over the head and closes in the rear with a tie at the neck and hook half way down the 'key hole' slit in the center seam.
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