Aaron Off-Shoulder Ao Dai - MEAN BLVD
Aaron Off-Shoulder Ao Dai - MEAN BLVD
Aaron Off-Shoulder Ao Dai - MEAN BLVD

Aaron Off-Shoulder Ao Dai

Vendor: White Plan

Size: S


Color: Yellow

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Blending the gracefulness of Vietnamese beauty and the unique variation in design, this Ao Dai brings a pure and charming physique to the wearer. Based on the poetic peacock pattern, the design is especially attractive with a criss-cross off-shoulder that cleverly enhances the wearer's slender shoulder.

Product Details
- Product type: Ao Dai
- Material: Tussah Silk
- Off-shoulder
- Criss-cross flap at the chest
- Fitted waist
- Dart lines
- Printed patterns
- Two-flap design
- Not include pants
- Length: 113cm

Size & Fit

- Model wears size: S
- Model measurement: 83-62-93, 174cm

Care Instruction
- Do not wash the machine and should dry clean.
- Do not soak, wash with like colors.
- Do not bleach.
- Do not wring, iron with medium temperature, and do not iron on 3D parts.
- Dry in shade, limit folding clothes.
Product Detail
Product description:
  • Production time: 15 working days - 20 working days (not including shipping time)
  • Material: Silk, Taffeta
  • Neck Style: Off-shoulder Neck
  • Sleeve style: Off-shoulder Sleeve
  • Care Instructions

    Hand wash

    Do not bleach

    Dry flat

    Iron on low heat

    Dry clean


    • Washing: Hand wash silk gently in cold water using a mild detergent or a delicate fabric wash specifically designed for silk. If the care label allows for machine washing, use a gentle cycle and a mesh laundry bag to protect the fabric.
    • Bleaching: Do not use bleach on silk, as it can damage the fibers and cause discoloration.
    • Drying: Avoid wringing or twisting silk to remove excess water. Instead, gently press the fabric between a clean towel to absorb moisture. Lay the silk garment flat on a dry towel, and allow it to air dry away from direct sunlight or heat.
    • Ironing: Iron silk on a low heat setting (110°C / 230°F) while the fabric is still slightly damp. Use a pressing cloth to avoid direct contact between the iron and the silk.
    • Dry Cleaning: If the care label permits, silk garments can be dry cleaned. This is the preferred method for items with intricate details, such as embroidery or beading.

    Please note that these are general care instructions for silk fabric. It's essential to check the care label on the specific item for any additional instructions or warnings. Proper care will help maintain the quality, appearance, and longevity of your silk items.


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