Velvet upper, Side zip opening, Round toe, Mid heel, Wipe with a damp cloth, 100% Textile Upper, Heel height: 7cm/3"
BEC&BRIDGE Midnight Sage Tee Dress in Black. Free 2-3 day shipping and returns, 30 day price match guarantee.
So cute mini dress featuring a tonal textured weave cotton fabric and wrap top that buttons in the back and ties in the front. Wide neckline and cutout at the midriff. Exaggerated bell sleeves.
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For Fall/Winter 2016, Opening Ceremony captures the like-minded spirit of Esprit, joining forces for the first time as Esprit by Opening Ceremony to re-introduce the iconic brand to its audience in a modern context. Inspired by Esprit’s original Californian roots and its heyday in the ’80s and ’90s, this collection is colorful, fun, and versatile, featuring both men’s and women’s as well as unisex styles and accessories. Reversible style. Custom polka-dot print. Turtleneck. Raglan sleeves. Mid-length.
Slinky sleeveless velvet jumpsuit in a wide-leg silhouette by Ecote. Fits slim through the body with pants that taper out to the bottom, detailed with an empire waist, V-neck and keyhole cutout at the bust. Finished with a plunging back and hidden zip closure.
Modern-minimal long-sleeve mesh maxi gown by Silence + Noise with strategically placed bandeau lining at the front. Sheer with mini skirt lining for an edgy layered look with fitted sleeves, a cinch-banded waist and pleated floor-length skirt that tapers out. Metal zip closure up the back.
Vamp up your look with this edgy-femme lace-up choker necklace. Femme fatale thick banded leather strip accented by a satin ribbon tie closure that can be customized for your own personal touch.
Founded in 2012 by Jennifer Zuccarini, Fleur du Mal is a sublime collection of ready-to-wear essentials and sexy lingerie. Jennifer Zuccarini, the former design director at Victoria's Secret and co-founder of Kiki de Montparnasse, explains that the it is not just products, but a full sensory experience allowing the consumer to immerse in the culture, sound, taste, and feel of Fleur du Mal. The name derived from French poet Charles Baudelaire’s pioneering work, Les Fleurs du mal, Flowers of evil. Zuccarini says "whether it's a sheer chiffon blouse or a pleated tulle bodysuit, Fleur du Mal celebrates dressing up and undressing."