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A lovely, versatile, comfortable dress for a steal? Yep, meet the Korsis dress.
This lovely T-shirt dress has more than 23,000 five-star reviews — and it's on sale!
Designed for all-day comfort, the dress has a universally flattering A-line silhouette, fits loosely over the body and hits just above the knees. Plus it comes in 36 different colors and prints. And it has pockets!
Wear it alone for brunch or errands on warm days, layer it under a denim jacket or cardigan when a chill hits the air. On colder nights, throw it on with tights, booties and a leather jacket.
Originally $47 in sizes XS to XXXL, the dress was just marked down to $28. It’s a killer price for something you’ll be wearing all year long.
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Keep scrolling to read why Amazon shoppers love this top-rated Korsis dress.
“The fabric is soft and comfortable, and the wrinkles come out with ease in the dryer. I'm also very curvy and this looks nice on,” wrote one happy shopper.
Another added: "It is so comfy, has pockets, and I think it looks so cute regardless of your body type. I would so buy five more of these!"
"Oh My Lanta, I have never had a more perfect dress!" a shopper declared. "So flattering and comfortable and easy. I am stunned at how great this dress is. I honestly cannot say one negative thing about it...very flattering and feminine."
Raves another shopper: "Flattering and comfortable. Can be dressed up or down.... It fit well in the bust and generous in the tummy area. Cute!"
One cool find
“This dress is a real gift to me and my closet," shared a shopper. "It pulls over my head easily, flatters my figure and moves enough to make me feel beautiful. I live in Florida, and our summers are hot so this simple dress matches my lifestyle. Add a pair of sandals and I am out of the door."
Another chimed in: "This dress is exactly what I wanted. I work at a school without air-conditioning and sometimes the rooms can reach 100 degrees. I need clothing that is as cool as possible and professional. This comfortable dress is perfect. It hides a large belly and wide hips while flattering my chest and butt...plus it has pockets!"
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