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A two-piece, corset-inspired lace pant set featuring a square neckline. Long sleeves. Zipper back closure. Black contrast piping all throughout. Slight peplum waist. High-waist pant with wide-leg fit.

Fabric: 100% nylon

This set is designed with love and passion by Rose Paulino. Our factory provides great workmanship to give you the perfect outfit. All our designs are made to order. If our size charts standard sizes aren’t a good fit for you. Make sure to drop your fitting requests in the additional notes box when checking out. Our designs are one of a kind with uniquely crafted prints and pattern. They are durable and of good breathable quality. If your order isn't what you expected, feel free to contact our Customer service team. We'll do our best to make you fully satisfied.

Estimated shipping time is 7 -10 days.

Please Note: Our products are made to order.

About Us:

Rose Paulino provides clothing in a mission-driven environment with a bold voice. Helping them to feel confident and be community driven. Former foster care child Rose Paulino founded Rose Paulino on September 2018. Portions of sales are donated to the young women and men of the foster care system to help fund a nation wide entrepreneurship program. In the past year Rose Paulino has been featured in 21 different magazines such as Vogue, Vanity Fair, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, and ETC. This year they show cased at NYFW and Miami Swim Week. The company’s future goals are to conquer the women and mens fashion world and help the community.

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A little history Rose Paulino, started designing as a child in foster care. At age 11, after being placed with a foster family and an unfortunate event occurring with her foster sister Rose had to think fast and act. Her foster sister tore apart all her clothing causing her to awaken the designer within. Since then, she has been piecing together ideas to rebuild lost or destroyed pieces of clothes and designing new ideas for original pieces. Rose taught herself to sew, draft, pattern making and sketch. Very quickly she became an all-around fashion designer, designing swimwear for college events. Today, Rose is a swimwear designer, taking the Rose Paulino brand to new and exciting heights. Today Rose Paulino has been featured in VOGUE, VANITY FAIR, TATLER MAGAZINE, and HOUSE& GARDEN. Story She started designing swimwear freshman year at SUNY NEW PALTZ. Her first collection was designed for Latino Week. Latino Week is a week full of events where the Latinos of the campus showcase the Latino heritage, culture, and talents. At the end of the week there is a fashion show and that is where she spontaneously decided to test out my first swimwear collection. It turned out to be a success and from there on I started making custom made pieces for people. She worked for Steve Madden for 2 years and started off as a customer service rep and then was promoted to the madden girl design team. She had no idea how to design shoes, but as a natural designer it was something, she was able to pick up fast and fell in love with it. But eventually, she realised the fact that she was working for someone's success and wanted to do something of her own which gave birth to the brand. How are we different ? What makes our company different is its community driven mission. Our company is not just a company where we voice our designs, confidence, and body acceptance, rather it is a company that represents hope. Foster kids grow up thinking they are a statistic and will not succeed due to lack of love and a support system. Important message from the founder My company's mission is to show the foster care kids that they too, can be entrepreneurs and strive to the top. If there is one thing, we foster care kids know how to do, is HUSTLE! I want to to teach them to use that passion to survive to create! - Rose Paulino