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Tune in to your softer side when you don this graceful dress! Its name is inspired by poet Ada Limon's enchanting line, "This weather makes me wonder how many hands I've held," from her book, Lucky Wreck, published by Autumn House Press. As you ponder your own hand-holding history, think about which ones meant the most. While doing so, allow your eyes to skim the sleek shape of this frock's noir skirt, resting just below a flexible banded waistline that gives it structure and shape at your midsection. Has the artist in you spoken up lately? Listen closely to your inner voice as you admire the antique rose and journal-paper hue of this dress' draping top layers. Its smooth, lightweight fabric hosts a mood of its own that writers and stylish creatives alike will find enticing. Wearing it with almond tights, knit knee socks, and midnight boots may even inspire you to try your hand at a new form, whether it be a sestina, or an empire waist!
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