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Everyone wants it, and everyone’s been looking for it: the perfect dress.
The brand describes this fresh line as “a collection of flattering silhouettes featuring our premium smoothing ponte fabric — no dry cleaning needed.” Here’s the rundown: The three cuts range from $188 – $198 and include a 3/4 length sleeve A-line, a sheath and a fit and flare style. Each style comes in sizes XS-3X and in both Classic Black and Spanx True Red colors.
Plus, shoppers are in luck, because these popular styles are all on sale for Cyber Monday!
The Perfect A-line 3/4 Sleeve Dress, $158.40 (Orig. $198)
A note from Spanx: “Some fans say this dress fits somewhat large, especially those with an hourglass shape. We recommend sizing down if in between sizes.”
The Perfect Sheath Dress, $158.40 (Orig. $198)
A note from Spanx: “This dress is designed to gently skim the body without being skin-tight. We recommend sizing down if you prefer a body-hugging fit or if in between sizes.”
The Perfect Fit & Flare Dress, $94 (Orig. $188)
A note from Spanx: “Many fans say this dress fits true to size. Since this style is tightest around the bust, we recommend buying to your bust measurement.”
What makes these dresses so perfect? There’s the fabric, which is buttery-soft with four-way stretch. Plus, each style is machine-washable, so you can save yourself a dry cleaning bill, and each design has a zipper with an elongated ribbon so you can easily zip yourself up. If that wasn’t enough, the A-line and the fit and flare styles have pockets!
If you’ve been looking for a great work dress or something timeless that will always be in style (and look good!), try a Perfect Dress. They’re an investment, but they’re sure to be staples in your wardrobe for years to come.
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