C/MEO COLLECTIVE - So Settled Playsuit - Hot Pink Floral
C/MEO COLLECTIVE - So Settled Playsuit - Hot Pink Floral
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C/MEO COLLECTIVE - So Settled Playsuit - Hot Pink Floral

Regular price $295.00

C/MEO COLLECTIVE - So Settled Playsuit - Hot Pink Floral

This show stopper of a romper features a stunning lightweight crinkled floral fabric with ruffle details along the hemline. It has an elastic waist and cuffs with balloon sleeves and a keyhole at the back. This is the perfect wedding outfit for those who prefer to stand out - just pair with a fuchsia lip and heels and you're good to go!

  • 100% polyester
  • relaxed fit
  • partially lined on shorts
  • ruffle hem
  • removable tie 
  • elastic waist and cuffs on sleeves
  • dry clean only

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C/MEO COLLECTIVE Sizing:

Model is pictured wearing a size small

XXS XS S M L XL
US 0 US 0-2 US 2-4 US 6 US 8 US 10

 

SIZE BUST WAIST HIP
INCHES CM INCHES CM INCHES CM
XXS 31 79 24 61 35 89
XS 32 81.5 25 63.5 36 91.5
S 33 84 26 66 37 94
M 35 89 28 71 39 99
L 37 94 30 76 41 104
XL 39 99 32 81 43 109

 

About The Brand:

C/MEO COLLECTIVE's vision is to supply experimental designs to dictate future taste. Since its establishment in 2010, C/MEO COLLECTIVE has endeavoured to build its own unique aesthetic through its inspired use of directional prints, premium fabrics and bold silhouettes.

Each of C/MEO's eleven yearly collections hinges from a central theme, which inspires the fundamental prints, shapes and fabric. Therefore, each C/MEO range can be seen as a capsule collection, where one range can stand independently from the other. Together, they form a formidable collage of wearable innovation. In this respect, C/MEO garments can be considered innovative, as the process behind their creation runs deeper than just clean lines and following trends.

A C/MEO girl can find her own interpretation of the garments, which is an empowering motive for the design team to reach new heights and take risks. "We want our clothes to create an emotional impact with our audience," Siham explains. "I want the customer to feel as inspired wearing the garments as I do when I design them."