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  • Mulberry Platform Mary-Jane Sandal
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    This stylish platform sandal is a true eye-catcher to any outfit. The high platform allows this shoe to lift your silhouette whilst staying comfortable to walk in and wear all day.
  • Dolce & Gabbana Embellished printed leather wireless headphones
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    \"They say \"when life gives you lemons, make lemonade!\" or perhaps make limoncello,\" say Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana of their citrus-themed collection. Seen on the label's Spring '16 runway, these leather Bluetooth wireless headphones are embellished with lifelike resin leaves and enamel fruits, gold filigree and amber Swarovski crystals. This playfully opulent pair is fully adjustable and padded for the most comfortable fit. Shown here with: Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Dress.. Multicolored leather (Lamb). Compatible with MP3, cell phones and other audio devices.
  • Balmain Embossed Button Blazer
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    A sophisticated piece for the new season, this blazer from Balmain has been luxuriously crafted with a luxe cotton blend and is adorned with the brand’s signature lion-embossed buttons for instant glamour. Perfect for adding a sharp finish to tailored separates in the office or skinny jeans and a tee for weekends.
  • AG Jeans Ali Light Blue // Denim skirt in a-line
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    Light blue mini skirt of cotton with slight stretch content in feminine A-line and in bleached out finish in classic five pocket style. Wonderfully versatile and so feminine - the perfect summer piece! 98% cotton, 2% polyurethane true to size machine wash normal (30°C) flared cut high-waist cut
  • Antik Batik Mila Rhinestone Thong Sandal
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    Our favorite Antik Batik sandal is back! Adorned with a mix of assorted rhinestones, this natural leather thong sandal is finished with a buckled ankle strap and leather sole. Perfect for every occasion, this shoe can be worn with anything from tunics to dresses to shorts. Born in Italy, Gabriella Cortese learned embroidery and dressmaking from her grandmother before moving to Paris to study art at age 18. Antik Batik was inspired by Cortese's travels and experiences: A job at the Crazy Horse in Paris revealed the sensuality of the body, Balinese artisans taught her the craft of Batik, and travels in India exposed her to exquisite hand-dyeing and embroidery techniques.

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