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Cue Dresses Size 14 for Women

Cue 14 Size Dresses for Women

Founded in 1968, Cue is an Australian fashion label that has seen an evolution from disco fashion in the 1970s through pencil skirts and little black dresses in the 1980s, to the minimalist movement of the 1990s and ultimately into the 2000s and beyond.

Local Australian Fashion

Cue remains as it always has been an Australian company; it is currently owned by the same family that started making and retailing Cue dresses in Australia almost 50 years ago. When it comes to womens dresses Australia likes to know that fashion designers are local and that the clothing lines have been designed with Australians in mind. Currently one of the largest manufacturers of dresses in the nation, Cue delivers new designs on a weekly basis and is considered a staple of the home fashion industry.

Cue Womens Dress Sizing Guide

Cue currently offers an extensive range of womens dresses, with sizes ranging from 4 to 14. By all accounts, the sizing on Cue womens clothing tends to be generous, with a standard size 16 Australian woman generally able to wear Cue womens dresses in size 14.

Cue Womens Dress Ranges and Styles

Cues designs include dresses for most occasions, from casual to evening wear, along with their unique line of day-to-night dresses which are designed to be worn to work and then accessorised and worn out for the evening. When it comes to sleeve shapes and styles, Cue size 14 dresses for women include three-quarter sleeve and cap sleeve models, along with sleeveless, short sleeve and long sleeve styles.

Australian Designed and Australian Made

The majority of Cue dresses and other outfits for women are manufactured in Australia, with some manufacturing taking place in Europe. The company has deliberately minimised the outsourcing of their manufacturing needs overseas, with the notable exception of knitwear. In response to popular demand, Cue continues to manufacture its products within Australia itself, claiming that around 75 per cent of its stock is Australian made.

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