In 1912, Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo bestowed the gift of 3,000 cherry blossom trees on the city of Washington, DC to honor the lasting friendship between the United States and Japan. Many years later, the picturesque trees continue to brilliantly bloom along the capital's city streets each spring. Cultivate your own internationally diplomatic ensemble with this gorgeous strapless frock, sure to earn a following of fashionable fans. This lightweight, cotton-blend frock includes a silky smooth, full lining, slight padding in the sweetheart bust, a discreet rear zip, and pleats along the empire waistband. Carnation pink piping trims the wide waistband panel, while an allover print of vibrant cherry blossoms pops against the subtle white brocade background. For an effortlessly elegant ensemble that's nothing short of breathtaking, pair this pretty dress with a silver pendant necklace, cork wedges, a veiled fascinator, and a dainty vintage bag.