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  • Simone Rocha - Embellished Plaid Bouclé-tweed And Embroidered Tulle Skirt
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    - Simone Rocha black and off-white skirt - Bouclé-tweed, floral-embroidered tulle - Ruffled, faux pearl embellishments, fully lined in satin - Concealed zip fastening along back - Fabric1: 62% wool, 21% cotton, 8% polyurethane, 7% acrylic, 2% polyamide; fabric2: 60% cotton, 22% polyamide, 18% polyester; lining: 65% viscose, 35% polyester - Dry clean Nostalgic yet modern, designer Simone Rocha is renowned for her cool, contemporary approach to fabrics. I love marrying things that are very different, she says. Look to this British brand for dresses, skirts and accessories that are feminine but with a fresh, unexpected edge.
  • Elie Tahari Brielle Embroidered Skirt
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    Romantic floral embroidery gently falls from the waist and hem on Elie Tahari's sheer skirt, setting the standard in modern femininity.
  • Tibi - Striped Wool-blend Felt Skirt
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    - Black and anthracite wool-blend felt - Concealed hook and button fastening at front - 97% wool, 3% mohair; combo: 53% polyester, 43% wool, 4% elastane - Dry clean Amy Smilovic's New York-based label Tibi designs simple, modern and effortlessly luxurious clothing. Take your pick from silk shift dresses, printed shirts and form-fitting jackets in a cool array of candy colors and clean cuts.
  • Halston Heritage Silk Twill Skirt
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    Halston Heritage - Silk Twill Skirt. HALSTON HERITAGE structured A-line midi skirt features slit pockets and a high-low hem in a lightweight sheen fabric. Pair it with going-out top or crop T-shirt, and elevate the drama with strappy heels.. 85% Polyester 15% Silk. 100% Polyester lining. Dry Clean Only. Imported. TSS030317
  • Emilio Pucci - Pleated Laser-cut Matte-satin Skirt
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    - Storm-blue matte-satin - Concealed hook and zip fastening at side - 100% polyester; lining: 100% silk - 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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