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O'Neill Josey Women's Dresses

O'Neill Josey Women's Dresses, color: Rabbit, category/department: women-dresses

O'Neill Josey Women's Dresses

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Product Description


A tiered skirt and low back make the feminine Josey mini tank dress an O'Neill women's must have.

Product Details

  • Fit just right with adjustable back straps for a deep low back or a little more conservative dip
  • Finish it off with embroidery
  • Shell stud neck details for a go-anywhere, do-anything look
  • Fully lined
  • 100% Viscose crinkle gauze
  • 28 1/4" in length from center front

Product Specs

  • Brand: O'Neill
  • Gender: For women
  • Length: 24.25
  • Material: Viscose
  • Product No.: 19045
  • Sku No.:
  • Model/Style No.: 45416010 - CHA - XS/S/M/L/XL
  • Season Collection: 2015 Winter
  • Date Added : May 2016

About O'Neill


Since its inception O'Neill has expanded its business by integrating beach culture and surf lifestyle. Signature footwear and sandals, shirts, hoodies, pants, jeans, bags for men, women and kids prove that O'Neill is on top. Backed by professional surfers, watermen, and other athletes, O'Neill breaks tradition with technical features and ground-breaking designs.

Sometime around 1952, Jack opened the first Surf Shop in a garage across the Great Highway. He shaped a few balsa surfboards and sold accessories like paraffin wax and a few vests he started gluing together from neoprene. When the vests started selling, Jack decided to go into the wetsuit business. His friends laughed. They asked him what he planned to do for business after the handful of surfers in the area had bought one. Jack said he'd cross that bridge when he got to it.

By 1980, Jack O'Neill's surf shop had morphed into a thriving international company dominating the world's wetsuit market and one of the leaders in beach lifestyle sportswear in the U.S., Japan, and Europe. In 1985, having run Team O'Neill for years and effectively coordinating the company's operations in Europe and Japan, Pat assumed the CEO position, freeing Jack to surf, sail, and work at a variety of environmental projects. In addition to a strong interest in saving the great white shark from extinction, Jack has also developed the O'Neill Sea Odyssey program, a free, educational cruise aboard the Team O'Neill catamaran that acquaints kids with the microbiology of the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary.