Ripe Maternity

Tabby Crop Top Nursing Dress - Multi

$99 retail

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Size & Fit

All products listed are in Australian sizes. Model is wearing size 8. 

     

BUST: Fitted. Refer to the size guide for specific measurements.

WAIST: Fitted.

HIPS: Fitted.

LENGTH: This dress is midi length. It measures 104cm from shoulder to hem.

      

UNDERGARMENTS: Consider wearing seamless undergarments to avoid visible lines.

FABRIC: Fabric has stretch.

GREAT FOR: Bump-friendly, most body types.

   

RIPE MATERNITY SIZE GUIDE

AU8 (cm)AU10 (cm)AU12 (cm)AU14 (cm)AU16 (cm)
Bust85-9091-9697-102103-108109-114
Under Bust70-7576-8182-8794-9994-99
Hips90-9596-101102-107108-113114-119

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 

AustraliaAU8 (1)AU10 (2)AU12 (3)AU14 (4)AU16 (5)
InternationalXSSMLXL
UK810121416
US4681012
EU3840424446

Since sizing and cut vary 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.

Style Notes

Comfortable yet ultra-chic, get ready for the party season with Tabby Crop Top Nursing Dress by Ripe Maternity. Boasting a trendy leopard print, it is cut with a crew neckline with a double layer top allowing for easy discreet nursing access. Falling to a subtle A-line skirt at midi length, this versatile midi is perfect to wear for an upcoming birthday party or night out.

  • Long fitted sleeves
  • Lined
  • Bump friendly

Prep for an upcoming birthday party by styling this dress with some soft leather boots a set of statement earrings for the edgy look. Layer it up with a black coat to glam up your style.

 

Colours: Brown, Print
Recommended for: Night Out, Work Function
About The Designer

Ripe Maternity was founded in Melbourne in 1996 by friends Lisa Balakas and Kate Beaconsfield who saw the shameful lack of fashionable maternity wear in the market. 

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