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Layered Floral Burnout Skirt

SKU# 35-3006-40

Availability: In stock

Special Price: $995

Regular Price:5 $1990 save 50%

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Draped in deep rouge desire, Zac Posen's layered floral burnout skirt is stunning. Pair with a bodice top and shoulder wrap for a romantic dinner date.
Fit: True to Size
50% Silk, 50% Viscose
Lining: 95% Silk, 5% Elastane
Dry Clean
Available in Rust
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August 1 - August 8

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Draped in deep rouge desire, Zac Posen's layered floral burnout skirt is stunning. Pair with a bodice top and shoulder wrap for a romantic dinner date.
Fit: True to Size
50% Silk, 50% Viscose
Lining: 95% Silk, 5% Elastane
Dry Clean
Available in Rust

designer


Body-hugging and ultra-feminine, Zac Posen has created a brand that defines sophistication and shows off the hourglass shape. Pristine tailoring, vivid colors, and a following that most iconic fashion houses can rival, this brand is synonymous with stylish perfection.

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