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- Ready to take a stylish spin? Who needs a car? Just twirl with happiness in your heavenly Kate Spade New York™ Sandra Sweater Dress!
- Scoop neck.
- Gathered waistline.
- Striped bottom hem.
- 100% wool.
- Hand wash cold, reshape and dry flat.
- Length: 37 in
- Product measurements were taken using size SM (US 2-4). Please note that measurements may vary by size.
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Kate Spade New York Sandra Sweater Dress
Excellent experience. Loved the dress and the shoes. Loved the free shipping and the quick delivery. I will definitely shop here again.
- Carole S - customer
- from Atlanta, Georgia
- August 31, 2011
I'm in love with this dress! I saw it in the new Neiman Marcus catalog with black tights and black suede bootie heels and a black shiny long necklace...soclassy! I ordered it from Zappos and got it the next day (no tax or shipping!). So flattering! I can't wait to wear it! And of course, Zappos is the best!
- Anonymous - customer
- from Long Grove, IL
- August 5, 2011