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Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest


Are you annoyed for looking for some chic and fashionable cool vests? These cool vests are just what you are looking for. These cool vests are of competitively high durability and stability as well as relatively charming styles, which will make you b...
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  • Material: Cotton & Lace
  • Pattern: Stripe
  • Season: Summer


  • The cool vests ensures you to be cozy no matter what kinds of activities you are taking part in
  • The straightforward design can make you look like openhanded and vogue
  • These nice vests will give you a chance to enjoy much more joyous life
  • These nice vests can let you feel fresh and cool when summer is arriving

Size in Detail:

ClothType Size Bust Length Strap Length
cm inch cm inch cm inch
/ / 76 29.64 74 28.86 0 0.00


  • Measured size refers to the followed measurement image
  • Because of measuring by hands,errors must have been existed, controlled from 1 to 5 cm
  • These dimensions are for reference only; specific dimension varies from person to person

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Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest


 Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest

  • The simple design of these sleeveless vests can highlight your slim arms and cool as well

Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest

  • These nice vests look absolutely chic and fashionable with their nice designs

Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest

  • Besides, it is very convenient and necessary for you to wear these cool vests if you scare heat of summer

Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest

  • It is a good gift for someone

Omiel Fashion Cotton & Lace Slim Long Style Women Vest

  • Dressed it up with cool feeling

How to Wash:

Cotton is a durable, soft fiber, and most clothes today are made of it. Cotton is a natural vegetable fiber knitted and woven into fabrics of many textures and weights. While cotton shirts, pants and suits are wardrobe staples for both men and women. Whether your cotton fabrics are voile, organdy, batiste or linen, you can wash them at home and keep these breathable materials clean and pristine.

•l  .Pretreat any stains with detergent and cold water. Place one to two teaspoons of liquid detergent on the stains before you load the clothes in the washing machine. Put your cotton fabrics in a small basin filled with cold water. After soaking the fabric for 15 to 30 minutes, gently rub the stain with a short-bristled brush. Roll your shirts, pants or blouses in a large towel to remove the water

•l  Machine washes white and light-colored cotton fabrics in warm or hot water. If you are concerned with shrinking or bleeding, fill the machine with cold water and use a gentle washing cycle

•l  Rinse your cotton fabrics on a cool cycle. Use minimal agitation to avoid shrinkage

•l   Shake garments after removal from the machine to remove wrinkles

•l   Dry cotton fabrics at a low or regular dryer setting. Dry towels and underwear on a hot setting. To prevent shrinking, remove cotton fabrics from the dryer while still damp. Hang in a cool and well-ventilated area to dry

Hand-wash lightweight fabrics, such as batiste, organdy and voile in a small basin filled with lukewarm water and one tablespoon of liquid detergent. Hang to dry or press damp with a hot iron to remove wrinkles

Lace is a traditional fabric that is still extremely popular for making window coverings, table linens and women's clothing. Such a wide variety of uses, along with the different types of yarns and threads that go into lace crafting, requires several different cleaning methods. Some very prized or delicate laces, such as that of vintage gloves or handkerchiefs, should never be washed.

•l Clean machine-made lace in a washing machine. Use the gentle cycle, mild laundry detergent and lukewarm water for cotton and linen lace to avoid shrinkage. Synthetic laces, in addition to mild washing, need a gentle spin and a cool down. You can help to avoid snagging, tangling or tearing by placing the lace items in a mesh laundry bag. Don't overload the size of the wash load and keep the wash cycle as short as possible. You can use a liquid fabric softener in the rinse cycle if you like

•l Treat machine made lace carefully when drying. If you didn't use liquid fabric softener in the wash, you can use a dryer sheet. Cotton and linen lace might shrink in a dryer, whereas polyester lace shouldn't have this problem. Again, it never hurts to err on the side of caution and air dry lace. Depending upon the weight and shape of the lace item, it can be dried flat on a drying rack or towel. Polyester lace curtains can be partially dried in a dryer and then placed back on the curtain rod to finish drying, although you might have to touch them up with an iron later

•l Launder delicate laces by hand. Fill a sink or basin with lukewarm water and a mild detergent. Swish the water to disperse the detergent throughout the water. Place the lace item in the water and allow it to soak for a few minutes. Gently pat the lace until clean; patting will press the soapy water through the fibers. Rinse thoroughly in lukewarm water. If you like, fill the basin or sink with lukewarm water and add a small amount of liquid fabric softener. Mix thoroughly and place the lace item in the water; allow the lace to soak for a few minutes. Lay the lace on a towel and place another on top; press to remove excess water. If the towel gets soaked, place the lace item in between two more towels and press. Continue until you have removed all excess water

•l Dry all delicate laces by air. Lay them flat on a dry towel or flat mesh drying rack. Gently arrange the lace into its proper shape. Keep an eye on the towel and replace it if it gets wet, as you don't want the lace or towel to mildew. If you are drying a lace doily and have non-rusting pins, you can pin the lace in its proper shape to air dry. Place the doily on a padded surface, like an ironing board, and arrange the lace into the shape that you want. Then gently insert a non-rusting pin through the lace and into the padded surface to hold the lace in place. You can also use balls made from wadded up waxed paper and insert under folds and curves of the doily to help hold the shape while drying. This will help prevent the edges of the lace from rolling

Package Included:

  • 1 x Women's Vest