Tulip Dress - Navy
All dresses listed are in Australian sizes. Model is wearing size 8. Model is 173cm / 81cm-Bust / 62cm-Waist / 86cm-Hips.
BUST: Fitted around the bust. Refer to the size guide for specific measurements.
HIPS: Relaxed fit as the skirt flares out.
LENGTH: This dress measures 91cm from underarms to front hem and 136cm from the back hem.
UNDERGARMENTS: As this dress is off shoulder, consider a strapless bra to minimise lines.
FABRIC: Main fabric does not stretch. Lining does stretch.
GREAT FOR: Hourglass, Pear, Straight body types.
BRONX AND BANCO SIZE GUIDE
|AU6 (cm)||AU8 (cm)||AU10 (cm)||AU12 (cm)||AU14 (cm)|
SIZE CONVERSION CHART
|Australia||AU6 (0)||AU8 (1)||AU10 (2)||AU12 (3)||AU14 (4)|
Since sizing and cut varies between dresses and brands, please use this chart as a general guide. The sizing in this chart applies to this dress ONLY. If you need assistance selecting the proper size, please contact our friendly customer service team.
Make a lasting impression in the full Tulip Dress. It features a cascading waterfall hemline with crinoline to exaggerate the structure. The bodice is fitted with princess line paneling and a fold over off-shoulder cut. Romantically feminine and taking the best of current trends, hire this for the races or a cocktail event.
This dress looks stunning on all body types and is cut in a classic fit-and-flare shape. Pair with a matching navy clutch or a gold glitter one for a pop of sparkle!
If you love the colour of this dress take a look at out collection of rental navy dresses.
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Bronx and Banco launched in Sydney in 2009 at the helm of Creative Director and Founder Natalie DeBanco. This up-and-coming label is fun, flirty and modern, merging feminine shapes and luxurious fabrics with a result that is both contemporary and chic. Bronx and Banco’s unique details make for beautiful dresses that stand out from the crowd. With widespread acclaim following their first show in Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week in 2013, Bronx and Banco have cemented themselves as a mainstay in the current Australian fashion landscape.