Definition of sundress
: a dress with an abbreviated bodice usually exposing the shoulders, arms, and back
Recent Examples of sundress from the Web
My actual wedding dress was a $131 sundress from Aritzia.
The H3 is the company’s raison d’etre, the one product at the epicenter of its 100 retail stores and 5,000 other things—from dog beds, to sundresses, to guided vacations.
Tattoos of all kinds — from tribal bicep rings to Grateful Dead logos — were exposed on leathered bodies wearing sundress variants or cutoff tank tops.
Do white women in sundresses and cowboy boots mean anything to the white supremacist community?
Summer is the season of the one-and-done, and there are few wardrobe staples that get the job done more easily—and fashionably—than the sundress.
News alert for Banana Republic fans: From now through Saturday, July 24th, everything that’s already on sale — including summer sundresses, basic tees, work attire and accessories — are marked down an extra 50 percent.
For night time, I am obsessed with Ilana Ariel's geometric earrings—perfect for anchoring the breezy look of flowy sundresses.
Rather than forgo your collection of shorts and sundresses to cover any outbreaks, bring in the big guns and see your derm for a prescription treatment like a topical steroid or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory cream.
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SUNDRESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sundress for English Language Learners
: a dress that is worn in warm weather and that does not cover the arms, shoulders, or neck
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