Tara Dress - Bold Blooms
We love this bold, colorful floral print. Wear it anywhere! Out to brunch with friends, a summer wedding or pack it in your suitcase when you travel. Karina Dresses are always wrinkle free!
The Tara dress has a sweetheart neckline bodice with wide straps for total bra coverage. The mid-calf length skirt has NO WAISTBAND (something else that our customers have been asking for).
Like all of our styles, the Tara Dress is proudly made in the USA from our Micro-Fiber fabric that's wrinkle free and machine washable.
The Tara Dress is also available in these prints:
U.S. Customers: We offer FREE RETURN Shipping labels to U.S. customers only. You can return your item for a refund within 14 days from date of delivery. Items purchased from our Sale Section are NOT eligible for a refund and are only eligible for exchanges or store credit.
International Customers: We apologize that we can not offer our International Customers return shipping labels. If you live outside the United States and need to return your purchase, you are responsible for your own return shipping charges.
Our dresses are made from a micro-fiber blend of polyester and spandex. Even though this a synthetic fabric, it is very breathable and has beautiful drape. This is not your 70s polyester! We take great care in finding and designing high quality fabric that meets our specifications.
We recommend machine washing your Karina Dress in cold water on the delicate cycle. Let it air-dry flat. To preserve the longevity, we also recommend keeping your dress folded rather than on a hanger. Since our micro-fiber is wrinkle free, you'll never have to worry about ironing!
Follow these directions and your new dress will last you at least 10 years - maybe longer!
Name: Gail Many
Karina Size: XS
What are your favorite Karina styles and why?
I love the Ruby and the Nora! They are so cool and easy to wear. I get many compliments on these dresses.
How would you describe your personal style?
Classic and casual.
What do you do for work?
I am retired Kindergarten teacher and now the Town Historian.