Sarin Mathews Womens Dresses V Neck 3/4 Sleeve Casual Front Split Party Beach Long Maxi Dress with Pockets

The little black dress is always a must in every women’s wardrobe.  When I saw the Sarin Mathews V Neck 3/4 sleeve Front Split Long Dress, I knew it was for me.

It does come in Burgundy as well as black, but I personally think that you can never have enough black dresses.  This one is very dressy, as it is a long dress, comes down to my ankles, and has a front split that comes about 3 to 4 inches above my knee.  It’s enough to make it sexy, but not too much, so that you show more than you are comfortable with.

It has a nice V neck that shows a slight cleavage, and the 3/4 sleeves come just below my elbows.  It also has side pockets, although I like my dresses to look chic, so never put anything in pockets.

Black dresses are great for parties, a formal meal, or even a funeral.  I wouldn’t feel uncomfortable wearing this one to any occasion.  You can dress it us with jewelry, a belt, or a scarf.  The options are limitless.

It comes in small through extra large, and the material is: Cotton+Polyester.  It is lightweight, very comfortable, and you can’t see through it.

This is a Friday night dance dress for me.  If we go on a Monday or Friday I tend to wear a top and leggings, or a shorter dress.

I did receive mine for free, and as you can see in my photos, looks pretty good.  I have many products from this brand, and all are very well made, and true to size.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07GQW9VDR/ref=cfb_at_prodpg

 

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