East Meets West Dress
Where East Meets West.
Since 1884, the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, has been considered the dividing line between the Western and Eastern hemispheres. In the same way north and south meet at the Equator, the Greenwich Meridian marks where east meets west.
We like to think this dress is another fine example of this, but we would never ask you to stay in one place. In fact, the full sweep of this skirt is nothing short of magnificent and will have you looking for any and every reason to stay in motion.
East Meets West V-Neck Dress (No. 5935). Classic fit and flare with gathers at waist seam (elastic at back waist only). The band collar with the deep V-neckline frames and highlights your décolletage without revealing too much. Stretch cotton poplin (97% cotton, 3% spandex) with a whimsical baby’s breath floral and vine print. On-seam pockets elevate this dress to a wardrobe staple. Mid-calf length. French seam finishes. Body is lined in cotton voile. Three-quarter-length sleeves. Self-fabric tie belt. Shaping darts on bodice. Imported.