Uptown Dress in Eco Black - Two Penny Blue
Uptown Dress in Eco Black - Two Penny Blue
Uptown Dress in Eco Black - Two Penny Blue

Uptown Dress in Eco Black

$ 88.00

Stay warm but look put together in this slim, sleek body-con style ribbed dress by Alternative Apparel. The pullover style mock neck, long sleeve dress is an instant cold weather classic when worn with a boot and coat. Add a flat sandal for those warmer days and a pair of dark sunnies.

Details & Care

The Uptown Dress in Eco Black is made out of 48% Recycled Polyester, 48% Cotton and 4% Spandex. The hem hits near the knee or approximately 37" from shoulder to hem.

Stylist's Notes

We suggest trying this dress with tights and booties for night time and some statement earrings.

During the day, try styling with a chic basic black flat.

Have more questions?  We truly love hearing from you.  Please give us a call at 866-207-1272 or send us an e-mail at customercare@2pennyblue.com and we would love to help.  

Impact of Purchase

5% of the net profits from this purchase will be donated to support girls education initiatives around the world.  

Why support girls' education globally?  Because currently, more than 62 million girls worldwide are not in school.  That's 62 million daughters and sisters that wake up every morning wanting to learn, but are denied the opportunity to do so. Together, with you, we know that we can make change happen and have an impact on the lives of these young girls and the communities in which they live.  Let's do this. Why?  Because we can, and we must, and most importantly because we believe that there is no greater force on this earth than women helping women.

Want to know more?  Please visit our OUR GLOBAL IMPACT page for more information on why we are so passionate about girls' education.  

Who are the young girls we are supporting?  Please take a moment to read about the inspiring students we are helping on our STUDENT STORIES page.  Learn about the hopes and dreams of second grade girls from Akili Prep School in Kenya.  Students like Daisy Nicole, Opayi, Pheny, and Ester (below) share what they want to be when they grow up, who their hero is, what their favorite subject is, and lots more.