Pretty Eccentric Agatha maxi dress in satin crepe

  • £225.00
Item in Stock | Usually dispatched within 24 hours

Reignite the golden age of Hollywood. 

Tumbling fabric paired with a cinched waist strikes the perfect balance between sophisticated and sexy. The floor length silhouette is a nod to the infamous 1930's screen sirens and oozes red carpet glamour. 

Agatha's waterfall neckline beautifully accentuates the collar while its open sleeves fall nonchalantly to subtly reveal the shoulders. The wide sash ties at the waist to emphasise your feminine shape, giving way to a bias cut skirt which flows exquisitely with each step. 

The only way to finish this dress is an ultra luxurious ostrich feather stole, of course. 

  • 75% Viscose, 20% Wool, 5% Spandex
  • Dry Clean


STANDARD (UK):   Delivered in 2-3 working days

INTERNATIONAL:  Delivered in 7-10 working days

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We want you to be delighted with your purchase but if you are not you can return any item within 28 days of receipt provided that the products are returned in perfect condition, unused, with all tags attached and with its original packaging. 

Returns may take up to 14 days to be processed.

Please complete the return form enclosed with your order and post back to us by Royal Mail Recorded Delivery or another trackable service to:

Pretty Eccentric RETURNS
10 Bond Street
Brighton, East Sussex

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The item(s) should be returned unworn and in perfect condition, with all garment tags still attached. Where provided, any packaging such as authenticity cards, dust bags and boxes must be included in your return as these are part of the product. Returns that are damaged, soiled or returned without their original labels may not be accepted and may be returned to the customer. Pretty Eccentric does not refund customs duties or return postage. 

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