These soft, casual and comfortable dresses flatter women’s natural curves as opposed to hiding them. Creating a sexy silhouette, the Maxi Stripe Dress retains the loose fit women have come to expect from maxi dresses, but without the shapeless look.
Available in colors ranging from Flamingo (light and dark orange/peach) to Tang (contrasting yellows) to Blue, the Maxi Stripe Dress by A2M USA is sleeveless and made of lightweight, breathable and cool polyester. The monochrome striping is understated yet eye-catching.
Hitting just above the ankles, with a conservative scoop neck, the Maxi Stripe Dresses by A2M USA are perfect for sunny afternoons spent in flip flops. But for a chic look, these dresses can also be paired with wedge or platform sandals for an evening out. Like all A2M USA clothing, the Maxi Stripe Dresses are proudly made in the USA.
A2M USA was founded by an African-born European entrepreneur who started an American-inspired casual fashion line in Europe which caused a sensation among European youth. His dream was to conquer America, and he relocated here in 2012. With the launch of A2MUSA.com his dream has come one step closer to reality.
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