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Torrid dress


Torrid dress

Like New! Worn once! Torrid size 22 womens midi A-line cold shoulder navy blue lace dress with petticoat! Has adjustable straps and zips closed in the back. Should hit between below knee and mid calf based on your height. Absolutely beautiful and flattering! Has a lining under the petticoat. Shell is 88% Nylon and 12% Spandex. Lining is 100% polyester. Nonsmoking home

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Size/span>2XL (20-22)

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