Pero Women's Kaftan Wool Twill Midi-Dress-BLACK Size 42 FR

Seller: Barneys New York Barneys New York by Pero Pero

Handmade in India, Pero's black wool twill kaftan midi-dress features block-striped sides and an embroidered front and back and is finished with mismatched buttons. Jewel neck. Wide short sleeves. Gathered details at back. 38.5" from shoulder to hem (approximately) . Slips on. Button-and-loop front placket. Plaid herringbone-faced hem. Available in Black. 100% wool. Dry clean. Made in India....


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