Does this have buttons all the way down the front?
Cotton Women's Dahlia Mary Nighty (India)
This cotton nightgown will make bedtime extra cozy. This nightgown is made of 100 percent cotton and features a feminine floral pattern. This machine-washable nightgown was made in India and boasts a lovely V-neck neckline and short sleeves.
ITEM#: 12964442Enhance your wardrobe with this stylish, handcrafted Dahlia Mary nighty. Made in India by master craftsmen, this cotton nightgown has short sleeves and a V-neck collar.
- Dahlia Mary design
- Screen printed fabrics
- V-neck collar
- Short sleeves
The approximate length from the top center back to the hem is 35 inches. The measurement was taken from a size small
- Click here to view our women's sizing guide
- 100-percent cotton
- Machine washable
- Model: NGDAHGPV5ME
Story Behind the Art:
Screen Master Sultan, color master Raza Ali, artist Santosh and pattern master Ravinder Singh, each play an integral part in creating this fine article of clothing.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill will create variations in color, size and design. Color differences may occur between the actual product and your computer screen. If buying two of the same item, slight differences will occur from piece to piece.
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I gave this as a gift for Christmas. She love it. great material. It does run a little smal.Read More
It was way overpriced. I thought It would be a lovely gown but it was cheap fabric poorly made and sized way too small. I didn't even need to try it on. I held it up and that was enough. I was VERY disa ppointed............Read More
Wonderful material. Very simple and attractive. Comfortable.Read More
I was taken back when I received this absolutely beautiful shirt, nightgown etc. It's so beautiful that you can use it for not just a nightgown or shirt but also a dress. It looks beautiful with leggings also. I would recommend it to every woman out there. I promise you won't be disappointed.Read More
very pretty, fits well, not a slim fit, just the right length. Very nice to lounge in.Read More
When I ordered I thought that the flowers were embroidered, however, they are printed on. I think that is better and makes the garment more comfortable. Fabric is very lightweight cotton, nearly sheer. I was looking for a nightgown, but not my grandma's nightgown, and this is it.Read More
The photo looks like this apparel item would have a nice drap, a little expected weight to the fabric. It doesn't. Also, it's very wrinkly, without being intentionally crinkle fabric. But, the silk screen print was quite pretty. It ran a bit small for a nighty. I sent it back.Read More
It's hard to find light cotton nightgowns that don't all look alike, so I snapped this one up. It's definitely a summer nightgown, very light. The pattern is very pretty, just like in the picture.Read More
i bought this cotton nightgown as a birthday present for my mother. When she opened it, my younger sister tried to steal ir from her. 100% cotton knit PJs are so hard to find; thank you.Read More
charming and a pleasure to wear--it is comfortable in hot weather. It is a great nightgownRead More
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Hello bonniejean4, No, the buttons only run part of the way down the front.Thank you for shopping with us!
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