This Popular Maxi Dress Is So Roomy and Breathable, Shoppers Are Practically Living in It
Everyone loves a comfortable summer dress, especially if it's soft and breathable enough to stay in - and that's why hundreds of Amazon shoppers can't stop raving about the Riveria Sun tie-dye maxi dress.
The popular dress is a bestseller on the website, thanks to customers who consider it a must for your summer wardrobe. The maxi dress is made of 100 percent rayon and, according to the brand, is very absorbent. Therefore, it is perfect for wearing on hot days or as a beach towel. It has a fluid fit, adjustable straps and an open back. The dress is available in regular and plus sizes and is available in a handful of pretty batik designs and some solid colors.
Buy it! Riveria Sun Tie Dye maxi dress, $ 29.99; amazon.com
Customers say that the dress feels so good when you put it on that you don't want to take it off - that's why they often wear it as lounge wear.
"I bought it to use as a beach / pool cover for vacation, but when I got it, I started carrying it around the house," wrote one buyer. Another buyer interfered with the same feeling: "Because of the convenience, I can use it in the house all year round." And another said she "lives in it" so much that she orders it in different colors.
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Even buyers with a long list of clothing requirements say that the Riveria dress is everything they are looking for: “In clothes, I love: space and comfort, material that moves with me improves my fortune without my face fortune have, feminine, not overly see-through and long maxi style. Nevertheless, this special dress with adjustable strap fits all of the above points. "
We have the feeling that the Riveria Sun tie-dye maxi dress also ticks many boxes for you, whether you are looking for a comfortable lounge dress or a cute summer outfit.
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