Bobi Supreme Jersey Asymmetric Dress
  • Short-Sleeve Asymmetric Dress
    yesstyle.com
    Brand from China: Smile.Hotel. Color: Blue, Materials: 96% Cotton, 4% Spandex, Size: S: Bust: 136cm, Min Total Length: 70cm, Max Total Length: 112cm, M: Bust: 144cm, Min Total Length: 80cm, Max Total Length: 122cm, Care: Hand Wash, Machine Wash
  • DENIM & SUPPLY RALPH LAUREN Short dress
    yoox.com
    Composition: 100% Cotton. Details: deep neckline, sleeveless, braided detailing, pleated detailing, no pockets, elasticized rear, unlined, no fastening, jersey, solid color.
  • DRKSHDW by RICK OWENS Short dress
    yoox.com
    Composition: Cotton. Details: boat neckline, sleeveless, no appliqués, print, no pockets, asymmetrical hemline, unlined, no fastening, jersey, abstract pattern.
  • Sperry Top-Sider Seersucker Sundress
    sperrytopsider.com
    Classic seersucker always feels cool and comfortable. This lightweight and very packable sundress will live in your carryall all season. Sperry signature grommets and sailor rope laces keep up the nautical vibe, while elastic gusseted backing and a feminine Empire waist keep it pretty. On seam pockets give you an easy place to store any little beach essentials. Pull it over a swimsuit as a quick cover-up for lunch, or dress it up with strappy sandals for dinner. 100% cotton seersucker. Sailing-style rope lace details. Signature Sperry grommets. On Seam Pockets. Gusseted elastic back and adjustable shoulder straps. Sundress side seam measures 26"
  • DKNY Women's Colorblock Short-Sleeve Asymmetric Dress - Sunset/Dusk/Ash (SMALL/4-6)
    neimanmarcus.com
    DKNYColorblock Short-Sleeve Asymmetric DressDetailsColorblock crepe with sheer sleeves and yoke. Jewel neckline; button-keyhole back. Short sleeves. Loose fit. Asymmetric hem. Triacetate/polyethylene; dry clean. Imported. Shown styled with Loeffler Randall Reese Pointed-Toe Bootie in BlackModel's measurements: Height 5'10.5"/179cm, bust 32"/82cm, waist 23.5"/60cm, hips 34.5"/88cm, dress size US 2. Designer About DKNY:American designer Donna Karan introduced the DKNY collection in 1989 as a more affordable alternative to her namesake line. It's been rumored that she started DKNY after a fruitless search for jeans, and while the line does feature perfect-fit denim, it also includes a full range of looks from office-friendly day wear to after-hours party frocks.
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