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  • LA't by L'Agence Sweater - Speckled
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    LA't by L'Agence Sweater - Speckled
    Cozy up to cooler weather in LA't by L'Agence's ultra-soft chenille sweater, boasting exaggerated bell sleeves and touchable texture. Cotton. Dry clean. Imported. Boat neck, long bell sleeves, textured, pullover style.
  • LA'T by L'Agence Cropped Linen & Cotton Track Pants
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    LA'T by L'Agence Cropped Linen & Cotton Track Pants
    These on-trend, athletic-chic track pants are elevated by their effortless, breathable linen and cotton blend. Smocked elasticized waistband Front zip patch pockets Knee patch panels Ribbed knit cuffs Inseam, about 26" Linen/cotton Dry clean Made in USA of imported fabric
  • Pre-owned L'Agence Top
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    Pre-owned L'Agence Top
    Metallic grey knit L'Agence three-quarter sleeve top with lace up detail at bust.
  • LA't by L'agence Knee Patch Pant
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    LA't by L'agence Knee Patch Pant
    Self: 53% linen 44% cotton 3% spandex. Contrast: 100% cotton. Dry clean only. Elasticized waist and leg opening. Side slit pockets with zip closure.
  • L'Agence Women's Reversed-Seam Knit Sweater - Ivory/Black (X-SMALL)
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    L'Agence Women's Reversed-Seam Knit Sweater - Ivory/Black (X-SMALL)
    L'AgenceReversed-Seam Knit SweaterDetailsL'Agence knit reversed-seam knit sweater. Approx. measurements: length from shoulder to hem, 24"L front/25"L back; 14. 5" sleeve length. Rolled collar. Dropped shoulders; long sleeves. Back center exposed-facing zip closing. Relaxed, loose silhouette. Pullover style. Asymmetric hem. Cotton/polyester. Made in USA. Designer About L'AGENCE:L'AGENCE was created by Margaret Maldonado and launched in 2008. The concept was simple: washed silks and Japanese and Italian fabrics. A firm believer in elements of enduring style-fabric and its hand, combined with great fit-L'AGENCE sets out to create styles that remain in a woman's wardrobe year after year. Each season is meant to complement the next, a progression and fresh interpretation of classic styles, rather than a reflection of current trends.
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