Silk Ruffled Top
Silk Ruffled Top
Silk Ruffled Top

Silk Ruffled Top

Diane von Furstenberg
$45
Original site
TheRealReal
Category
Tops
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  • Description

    Black and tan Diane von Furstenberg sleeveless silk top with print and ruffles throughout.

    Condition: Excellent. Measurements: Bust 37”, Waist 37”, Length 26.5” Fabric Content: 100% Silk; Lining 100% Bamboo Rayon Designer: Diane von Furstenberg

    Item # WDI52044

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