The Peacock Print Long African Halter Top Empire Sundress
Halter top ties around the back of the neck and the bust is supported with elastic. Colors may vary slightly from those shown. Made to fall to (approximately) the ankle. Made by in China.
Work concerning female behavior in many species of animals has sought to confirm Darwin's basic idea of female preference for males with certain characteristics as a major force in the evolution of species. Females have often been shown to distinguish small differences among potential mates and to prefer mating with individuals bearing the most exaggerated characters. In some cases, those males have been shown to be more healthy and vigorous, suggesting that the ornaments serve as markers indicating the males' abilities to survive and, thus, their genetic qualities.