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  • Vix - Kara Vivian Printed Stretch-jersey And Mesh Kaftan
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    - Vix grape and cream Kara Vivian kaftan - Printed stretch-jersey - Mesh yoke and trim - Slips on - Fabric1: 94% rayon, 6% spandex; fabric2: 100% nylon - Hand wash or dry clean Vix's glamorous swimwear is a vacation essential. Turn heads poolside in designer Paula Hermanny's embellished bikinis, printed maxi dresses and lace tunics.
  • Vix - Tita Floral-print Cotton And Silk-blend Kaftan
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    - Vix multicolored Tita kaftan - Floral-print cotton and silk-blend - Ruffled cuffs, tasseled drawstring waistband - Slips on - 70% cotton, 30% silk - Machine wash - Designer color: Tide - Imported Vix's glamorous swimwear is a vacation essential. Turn heads poolside in designer Paula Hermanny's embellished bikinis, printed maxi dresses and lace tunics.
  • Melissa Odabash - Daria Lace-up Printed Silk-voile Kaftan
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    - Melissa Odabash multicolored Daria kaftan - Printed silk-voile - Lace-up front - Slips on - 75% viscose, 25% silk - Hand wash - Imported - Comfortably fits those who are between a size XSmall-Large and all body shapes Ex-bikini model Melissa Odabash draws on her experiences to design swimwear that is both flattering and glamorous. Odabash founded her namesake label in 2005 and has since added ready-to-wear to her luxurious statement-making lineup of jetset and vacation essentials. Turn up the heat poolside with her metallic swimsuits, animal-print bikinis and chic kaftans.
  • Natori V-Neck Zip Caftan
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    Natori V-Neck Zip Caftan.Color:Blush.Size:Large.Material:Cotton/polyester.Sleepwear.
  • Emilio Pucci - Embroidered Cotton And Silk-blend Kaftan
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    - Emilio Pucci white kaftan - Cotton and silk-blend - Royal-blue, gold and black embroidery, drawstring waistband, front slit pockets - Slips on - 66% cotton, 34% silk; embroidery: 68% silk, 32% polyester - Dry clean - Made in Italy Defining the essence of jet-set, Florentine aristocrat Emilio Pucci started his brand by designing a ski suit on the slopes of Zermatt. Going on to create a complete travel-friendly wardrobe in kaleidoscopic patterns, he was christened the 'Prince of Prints.' Today, creative director Massimo Giorgetti brings a contemporary approach to this carefree spirit.

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