Seller: Saks Fifth Avenue by Emilio Pucci
Breezy parasol prints on an off-the-shoulder caftan. Elasticized off-the-shoulder neck. Petal sleeves. Elasticized waist. Slash pockets. Pullover style. Cotton. Machine wash. Made in Italy.
Released September 2014 https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/parasols/id909276936?i=909276941.
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