The Tiered Jeweled Dress by Free People

The Tiered Jeweled Dress by Free People
  • The Tiered Jeweled Dress by Free People
  • The Tiered Jeweled Dress by Free People
  • The Tiered Jeweled Dress by Free People
  • The Tiered Jeweled Dress by Free People
Sleeveless tiered dress with allover pattern; embroidery and beading at front neck; drawstring with tie at back; side pockets; 100% cotton. By Free People
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