TT 2023027 LIL XS

State Of Grace Halter Dress (Lilac)

$56.00
Backorder
Update Date: 12/01/2024

*UPDATE: STOCKS DELAY*
Backorder open. Stocks are arriving around mid March 2024.

  • This is an estimated timeline subject to no unforeseen delays. Please only join if you are comfortable with the waiting period and any unforeseen delay. 
  • In the event of failed backorder(s) due to material shortage, we will provide a full refund. No refund for customers who back out of an existing backorder.
  • There may be slight colour variances for different backorder batches. For wedding orders, we recommend purchasing all pieces in a single order as we will try to ensure they are from the same backorder batch.
  • Any order containing instock item(s) and backorder will be mailed together; unless the customer opted and paid for separate shipment at checkout page.

DESIGNED AND MADE BY THE THREAD THEORY
Made of quality satin polyester, fully lined, adjustable tie straps, non sheer, back zip. Back straps can be tied in 2 ways: Ribbon or Square Knot, view tutorial here.

Garment Care: Hand-wash separately with mild detergent only. Do not soak.

XS S M L XL
PIT TO PIT

14.5"

to

15.5"

15.5"

to

16.5"

16.5"

to

17.5"

17.5"

to

18.5"

18.5"

to

19.5"

WAIST

12"

to

12.75"

13"

to

13.75"

14"

to

14.75"

15"

to

15.75"

16"

to

16.75"

HIPS

16.75"

to

18"

17.75"

to

19"

18.75"

to

20"

19.75"

to

21"

20.75"

to

22"

LENGTH

54.5" 55" 55.5" 56" 56.5"

Model: UK 8, 178cm, PTP 15.75", Waist 12.5", Wears Size S

For this design: Stick to your usual sizing for The Thread Theory. If you are in between size or bottom heavy, you may opt to size up or wear shapewear. 

General Guide: Measurements are in inches and taken across an apparel at respective areas. Multiply by 2 for circumference measurements. Range in measurement reflects the material stretch, with the smallest approximate measurement taken when an apparel is laid flat and unstretched, and the largest approximate measurement is taken when an apparel is stretched to its maximum. We do not recommend using the maximum stretch measurement as reference as some allowance is required for comfort and movement.

How to take measurements: When measuring apparels, we recommend laying the item completely flat and measuring just across the respective area. However, when measuring your body, we recommend measuring the whole circumference and then divide by 2 to compare with the product measurements. For example, to get your PTP measurement, measure the whole circumference of your armpit area (above bust line) and then divide by 2. Please note that PTP is NOT the same as bust which is taken across the broadest part of your chest.


View our full size guide here.