If your love of outer space, like the stars themselves, knows no bounds, then ThinkGeek has the perfect ensemble for you. Their glow-in-the-dark dress features a repeat print of constellations that are beautifully arranged all over the sleeveless garment. So, you’ll look great during the day, but it’ll be at night that you really shine—literally. When the lights go off, the navy blue dress illuminates the field of stars.
The design of the cotton dress is appropriate for work or play. Knee-length with a fitted bodice and flared skirt, it’s stylish without being over the top. You could easily wear the dress to the office during the day, and no one would know of its special secret. Then, after hours, you can meet up with friends and bask in a post-work glow. Like the sun, you’ll have the brightest outfit in the room.
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