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  • Michael Michael Kors Ruffle Chain Neck Metallic Blouse
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    Michael Michael Kors injects its signature glamour into a day-to-dark staple, elevating this sleeveless blouse with a ruffled collar, golden chain neckline and shimmering metallic fabric.
  • Bailey 44 - Draped Chain-trimmed Stretch-jersey Top
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    - Bailey 44 blue top - Stretch-jersey - Chain-trimmed neckline, draped front, ruched - Slips on - 94% rayon, 6% spandex; trims: 96% rayon, 4% spandex - Dry clean Made in Los Angeles, Bailey 44's collections capture the cool and understated vibe of the California city. Co-founder and designer Shelli Segal personally tries on each style to ensure the best quality and fit. Don't miss the stretch-jersey tops and dresses in an array of prints and colors.
  • J Brand - Atlantic Cotton-poplin Shirt
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    - J Brand light-blue Atlantic shirt - Cotton-poplin - Buttoned cuffs, longer back hem - Button fastenings through front - 100% cotton - Machine wash or dry clean - Imported With an emphasis on the perfect fit, co-founder Jeff Rudes established L.A.-based label J Brand in 2004 and we fell instantly for its signature skinny jeans. Today the lineup also includes effortlessly cool urban pieces, including biker jackets and sleek silk tops.
  • W118 by Walter Baker - Cammie Off-the-shoulder Washed-silk Top
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    - W118 by Walter Baker blue Cammie top - Washed-silk - Elasticated shoulders, buttoned cuffs, faux button fastenings through front - Button fastenings through front - 100% silk - Dry clean N.Y.C.-based label W118 by Walter Baker is famed for designing super versatile basics with a high-fashion twist. Make the brand's printed dresses and chiffon shirts your go-to for effortless everyday style.
  • Equipment - Sloane Floral-print Cashmere Sweater
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    - Equipment blue and white Sloane sweater - Floral-print cashmere - Ribbed trims - Slips on - 100% cashmere - Dry clean - Imported Founded by Christian Restoin in 1976, Equipment revolutionized womenswear with its timeless tailored blouses. In 2010, designer Serge Azria re-launched the androgynous brand, reworking it with luxe fabrics and details. Look to our edit for classic silk shirts in an array of playful prints.

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