African print Aline dress

The term “A-line” is used to describe a dress, skirt, or coat with a triangular silhouette and fitted at the top while widening out from the bust or waist in a straight line to the hem. More specifically, it is understood to mean a structured garment, which stands away from the body to form the sides of the A. The fronts of A-line garments are often cut in one piece, with darts for fitting and the skirts often have no waistband.

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