Shirred Fox Fur Cape

Seller: Saks Fifth Avenue Saks Fifth Avenue by The Fur Salon The Fur Salon

EXCLUSIVELY AT SAKS FIFTH AVENUE. Luxe shirred cape in plush fox fur. Concealed hook-and-eye closure. One size fits most. About 13" from shoulder to hem. Fur type: Fox with brightener added. Fur origin: Finland. Dry clean by fur specialist. Imported.


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