Free People Womens Merrie's Limited Edition Flapper Dress
Stunning flapper-style maxi dress with cascading multi-layered mesh bottom and sequin detailing. Upper body is mesh lace with mesh sequined flutter sleeves. Back and front of each strap has a hanging sequined piece. Elastic smocked waist. Front of skirt has long sequined mesh tail. Fully lined. Our limited edition dresses are designed exclusively by our senior designers and are only being made in limited quantities. These dresses are special because of the personal inspirations and unique stories behind each and every one. See more on our blog... Body: 100% Nylon Lining: 97% Jersey 3% Viscose Hand Wash Gently Cold Import Measurements for Size Small: Length: 65 Bust (extended): 38 Waist (relaxed): 20 Strap Length: 17
ASOS PETITE Exclusive Skater Dress With Laser Cut Neck Trim
ABOUT ASOS PETITE ASOS PETITE brings forth a trend-led collection specifically designed to fit women of 5'3/1.60m and under. Adapting directional designs, key pieces and best-sellers from our mainline range, the collection also features an exclusive range of styles especially created for our petite customers with carefully considered cuts and shapes. Expect a wide selection of dresses, rompers, pants, tops and more, perfectly proportioned for the most flattering fit.
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Fail Whale T-Shirt - Stone Blue, S
Birth is probably traumatic on a little brain. You've been hanging out in this warm, wet environment for 9 months, and all of a sudden there are bright lights and loud noises. However, we think it was probably a little more traumatic for the whale and the bowl of petunias. When you come into the world at something like 35000 ft., it's not likely to end well. (Unless there's an airplane and a doctor also involved.) At least our favorite fail whale died happily. He never knew what hit him...
Bow Ties Are Cool T-Shirt - Navy, XXL
There's a long history regarding bow ties, neckties, and doctors. Did you know that pediatricians wear bow ties to avoid being strangled by grabby babies? In fact, neckties are such a danger to doctors and patients that British hospitals banned the wearing of neckties in 2007. "Colonized by pathogens" was the exact phrase. Yuck. Our Doctor, on the other hand, acquired his signature bow tie in an English hospital, where perhaps it once graced the neck of a cardiologist...