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Carven Seersucker Wool Dress

 

£555.00

 

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Description

Seersucker Wool Dress by Carven. You will love the simple chicness of this black wool dress. The shape is fitted at the top with visible seams that are constructed for a flattering effect and they also add a feminine flip to the skirt. The front features a small left breast pocket detail.

Sizing and Details

Round neckline

Longsleeves

Front and back visible seams

Left breast pocket 

Lined

70% laine, 28% polamide, 2% elastane

Lining: 65% acetate, 35% viscose


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Shipping and Returns

Same Day (London only within the M25) - £15 - Same day delivery using DHL. If Saturday delivery is required please call the store.

Standard (Mainland UK) - £4.95 - 2-3 working days delivery using Royal Mail. If a Saturday delivery is required, please call the store.

Express (Mainland UK)
 - £10 - Next working day delivery using DHL. If a Saturday delivery is required, please call the store.

Standard for Europe - £15 - Next working day delivery using DHL.

United States - £20 - Next working day delivery using DHL. You may be charged TAX from customs.

Standard for the rest of the world - £20 - Delivery within 2 - 3 working days using DHL. Orders placed on a Saturday, Sunday, U.K. Public Holiday or later than 3.00pm on weekdays, will be processed for dispatch the following working day using the appropriate service as above. You may be charged TAX from customs in your country. Please be aware that shipping to Russia may take up to 18 days due to Custom procedures.

Items are delivered by DHL and a signature may be required. Please provide us with a delivery address where someone will be available to sign for the delivery (e.g. work address, neighbour).

The stock shown on our website is in real-time and we always aim to deliver from stock. In the unlikely event that there will be a delay we will always do our best to give you an accurate estimated delivery date for your order.

Designer

Since it's creation in 1945, the Carven house has had a democratic and Parisian view of fashion design. Madame Carmen de Tommaso broke through the austere world of Haute Couture as an innovator in the Forties with a spontaneous and fresh style, adapted to the women’s everyday life at that time. From the couture years, Guillaume Henry and Carven have kept its heritage. It lives on in the spirit of perfect design and choice materials. Today, the house offers ready-to-wear that is both inspired and accessible.