Flared full-length design perfect for light, feminine dress styles.
- Part of our popular series from Muslim fashion designer Hana Tajima.
- Full-length design showcases the lovely draped feel of the material.
- Supple, flowing flared cut for an elegant style.
- Bell sleeves add a subtle feminine touch.
96% Polyester, 4% Spandex
Machine Wash, Gentle Or Delicate
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WOMEN HANA TAJIMA FLARE LONG SLEEVE LONG DRESS
WOMEN HANA TAJIMA FLARE LONG SLEEVE LONG DRESS is rated
Rated 1 out of
May the force be with you...
In a galaxy far, far away this dress looks good. The material is very heavy, the cut is far too loose, the length drags on a 5 foot 4 inch woman in 4 inch heels, and it really does look like something you'd accessorize with a light saber. My boyfriend was cry-laughing when he saw it on me. The beige color is really a terrible version of beige, too. No shape, even with the angled seams. I realize it's designed to be modest, but really quite a strange, oversized, dismal little frock. However, I think this is your dress if you're going to a Halloween party dressed as a space princess.
Date published: 2017-03-21
Rated 3 out of
This dress was not light at all - the polyester in this dress was much heavier than the rayon used in the winter/fall collection.
I love the look presented with this dress and the tie-back jacket in the lookbook. However, the dress is a little too plain on its own. It would definitely benefit from having a jacket over it.
The dress was too long for me. At 5'7", I found the M dragging across the floor. Perhaps that's the intended look with the flare, but it was too impractical for me.
Date published: 2017-03-20