1 trend, 3 styles COSMIC CHIC

October 2017
Daily Mail;10/5/2017, p23
1 MAKE a statement in this constellation print dress (€67, marksandspencer.ie). The beautiful cosmic design is printed onto the delicate tulle overlay. The sheer sleeves feature pleated cuffs for added detail, while ruching at the waist helps define your figure.


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