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Ecowatch x DressLands Bird Print Dress

There should be a whole new word to describe how cute you will look in this adorable Ecowatch x DressLands bird print dress! It features a simple round neckline and three quarter length sleeves. The high quality cotton fabric is covered with large, colorful birds, giving the dress and overall playful appearance. The birds are printed on a solid white background. The bodice portion of the dress is nicely tailored for a snug fit that is quite comfortable. The skirt portion flares out into a delightfully gathered, mid-thigh length that is playful and fun. You will love the way this dress fits! The long zipper in back makes it very easy to get into and to take off. This dress is appropriate for any casual, warm weather occasion. This Ecowatch x www.dresslands.com dress is available for purchase in sizes Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large.

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