Block Print Crepe De Chine Mid Dress
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Proenza Schouler shows are always about craft, with the techniques and effects becoming more sophisticated each season - the label’s Autumn/Winter 2018 edit being the perfect case in point. Cut in a relaxed yet flattering silhouette from silk crepe de chine printed with a delicate floral motif, this blue and black dress features a feminine scoop neck with long neck ties, dropped shoulders, long sleeves and a fitted waist with side waist ties that effortlessly complete this endlessly versatile, feminine look.
Designer colour: Blue/Black Floral
Designer Style ID: R1843077BSP132S
Farfetch ID: 12832180
- 1.75 m
- 81 cm
- 86 cm
- 60 cm
Model's wearing: 6 US
- 5 ft 9 in
- 31.9 in
- 33.9 in
- 23.6 in
Model's wearing: 6 US
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- Silk 100%
- Washing Instructions:
- Dry Clean Only
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Proenza Schouler’s blend of minimalist silhouettes with exotic prints has been setting the bar for youthful, tailored fashion since Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez launched the label in New York in 2002. It is named after the two designers’ mothers’ maiden names.