The luxury design dress with a particular chest part is designed to create a new shape with meticulous embroidery and bead details. The highlight of the outfit is the waist designed in a corset shape.
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- Product type: Midi Dress
- Material: Mesh Sheer
- Crescent moon neckline
- Attached details
- Star pattern
- Corset waist design
- A-line skirt
- Back zipper
- Length: 130cm
Size & Fit
- Model wears size: S
- Model measurement: 172cm, 81-92 (chest-hip)
Hand wash only
Do not bleach
Do not iront
Machine washable: If the care label on your mesh fabric indicates that it is machine washable, you can wash it in the washing machine using a gentle cycle and cold water. You should also use a mild detergent and avoid using bleach or fabric softeners.
Hand wash only: If the care label on your mesh fabric indicates that it must be hand washed, fill a basin or sink with cool or lukewarm water and add a small amount of mild detergent. Gently agitate the fabric in the water, then rinse thoroughly with cool water.
Do not bleach: Mesh fabrics should not be bleached as it can damage the fibers. If you need to remove stains, try using a stain remover that is safe for use on delicate fabrics.
Do not iron: Mesh fabrics should not be ironed as the heat can damage the fabric. If the fabric is wrinkled, try steaming it or hanging it in a steamy bathroom to remove the wrinkles.
Dry clean only: If the care label on your mesh fabric indicates that it must be dry cleaned, take it to a professional dry cleaner. Mesh fabrics may require special care that only a professional can provide.
It's important to always refer to the care label on the garment to ensure you are properly caring for your mesh fabric. If you're unsure about a specific care instruction, it's always best to err on the side of caution and opt for a gentle washing method, such as hand washing, to avoid damaging the fabric.