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There's something magical about an oversized white button-down. It looks effortlessly chic, is so easy to style and just adds a little je ne sais quoi. Whether you're taking a trip to a farmer's market, grabbing lunch with some friends or hanging out around the house, you'll look put-together, stylish and cool.
The Gguhhu cotton maxi is like the dress version of that elusive button-down. In addition to white and black, it comes in 11 earthy tones — think terracotta and a stunning khaki. You'll find both loose and belted versions, so you're golden whether you want to define your waist or let the silhouette hang loose and drape-y.
We haven't even gotten to the best part: The frock is on sale for just $26 with Amazon's on-page coupon (was $36).
The dress is made entirely of cotton, and has long sleeves that look extra stylish when rolled up and paired with an array of bracelets and rings. We love the V-shaped slit on the side, and even more...the oversized pockets!
While you can certainly wear the dress as is, some shoppers suggest styling it as an extra-long cardigan or lightweight jacket. They rave about the sumptuous fabric, too. Shares one reviewer:
"Love the material of this shirtdress! FINALLY, no polyester/spandex!! Need more maxi and midi dresses in this fabric! It drapes well and has a very comfortable texture for any season. Use solo or as outerwear, dress up or casual with boots!"
Another reviewer even got the praise of a lifetime.
"This dress is obvious comfort," she shared. "...Fabric is soft and color shouts: I'm cool even in the heat and humidity. Tinges of Martha's Vineyard. Wear with a straw hat to complete the look. Receive compliments every time I wear it. One lady said, 'You look like a model from Vogue.'"
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