Santa Fe Midi Dress - Ivory
All dresses listed are in Australian sizes. Model is wearing size 8. Model is 179cm / 84cm-Bust / 61cm-Waist / 89-Hips.
HIPS: Fitted. This dress looks best fitted to waistline and hips.
LENGTH: This dress is midi length and measures 121cm from shoulder to hem.
UNDERGARMENTS: Consider silicone cups or going without a bra to minimise lines.
FABRIC: Fabric does not stretch. This dress is partially lined.
GREAT FOR: Hourglass, Narrow, Tall body types.
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Please note that due to the differences in fabric and styles, exact measurements of each dress may be slightly different. The size guide should be used as a general indication of what size you should select.
SIZE CONVERSION CHART
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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.
The Santa Fe dress is a modern, ladylike midi dress with a touch of romance! Crafted from delicate floral lace with mesh detail this dress is sophisticated and chic. Featuring statement ¾ length sleeves with ruffle detail, boasting beautifully romantic ruffles that wrap around the body, this contemporary midi dress by Pasduchas, is perfect to hire for an engagement party or bridal shower this Summer!
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Designed and made in Australia, two Sydney girls founded Pasduchas with the aim to create clothing with the sleek contours and bold silhouettes of Australian fashion yet tied back with the modern simplicity of the French. Evolving from the ballet phrase meaning 'catlike leap' the name Pasduchas pays homage to their leap of faith in creating a distinct new voice of edgy femininity in design.