Jersey High Neck Swing Dress with Ruched Sleeves by Nina Leonard

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This jersey swing dress from Nina Leonard features a stylish turtle neckline, two pockets at the side seamline and long sleeves with ruched detailing. With its understated design, this versatile dress is perfect for layering and creating a variety of on-trend autumn/winter looks.

Your winter wardrobe staple - featuring an easy swing shape, this flattering design can be dressed up or down on chilly days. Its sleek turtle neckline looks elegant styled with a crew neckline jumper, tights and ankle boots by day, or accessorised with a pretty printed scarf and knee-high boots. Try styling yours with a cinching waist belt, statement jewellery and heels for a special evening out! 

Four chic colours - this stylish swing dress is available in four fabulous colours, whether you prefer the timelessness of Black and Charcoal, the autumnal green hue of Spruce or the berry tones of Bordeaux. 

  • 95% viscose, 5% elastane
  • Machine washable at 30C

Colour options:
  • Black
  • Bordeaux 
  • Charcoal
  • Spruce Green 

Garment measurements: 
  • Chest: S: 86.4cm (34"), M: 91.4cm (36"), L: 96.5cm (38"), XL: 101.6cm (41"), 2XL: 121.9cm (48"), 3XL: 132.1cm (52")
  • Hip: S: 142.2cm (56"), M: 147.3cm (58"), L: 152.4cm (60"), XL: 160cm (63"), 2XL: 177.8cm (70"), 3XL: 187.9cm (74")
  • Length: S: 97.8cm (38.5), M: 99.1cm (39"), L: 100.3cm (39.5"), XL: 101.4cm (40"), 2XL: 104.1cm (41"), 3XL: 105.4cm (41.5")

All measurements are approximate
About Nina Leonard
Created by Leonard Feinberg and his wife Nina, the Nina Leonard design house is now one of the industry’s leading clothing brands. They are dedicated to creating beautifully designed dresses, knitwear and separates in easy care, easy wear fabrics - perfect for women of all ages and sizes.

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