Mila Lace Maxi Jumpsuit
We've never seen a lace maxi jumpsuit as dreamy as this one! The intricate lace details as well as the deep plunge neckline, flirty side slits, and inside shorts makes this a unique yet irresistible piece you need in your wardrobe. As if all of that wasn't enough to convince us, the gorgeous shade of dusty blue will ensure you'll stand out at your next special occasion!
FABRIC & CARE
- 100% Polyester.
- Partially lined. Back zipper closure.
- Model in Dusty Blue is 5'8" and is wearing size Small.
- Model in Gold is 5'4" and is wearing size Small.
This was described as a jumpsuit, but it’s actually a dress over a romper. Still cute but wish it had been described accurately and not described as a jumpsuit,....
The zipper broke the first time I zipped it. I had the correct size on so I know it was just a poor quality zipper.
The dress is so beautiful but it isn’t flowy and the outer material is a bit rough.
I loved this dress but bought it knowing a few things would need altering. First I knew I would want to cinch up the plunging neckline. Easy to do by hand and I found an EXACT thread match at hobby lobby. I also let out the shorts hem line to make them longer the second time I wore it (it is not let out in my photos shared). The color is gorgeous! I will look at our photos from this year and love that dress forever! The quality was amazing as all items I’ve gotten from morning lavender have been!
I love the colour and the designs on the fabric finding lace that is soft to touch is sometimes rare. I am 5’9 , 185 lbs and I usually wear a large but the shorts were way to short on me, and the lace doesn’t have much give.
This Maxi is stunning! I am just quite tall so it fights my torso very exact which makes the shorts into really short shorts :)
Wrote out all my thoughts below, (re: Windy) can’t edit that one but wanted to show pictures. I sewed it up maybe 5-6 inches and want to show how short the shorts are! So glad I sized up cause ya girl got a booty. Lighting in my room is bad, did my best to do the color justice