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Long Sleeve Henley Button Front Blouse

SKU# 2860

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$263.00
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Button up in casual opulence with Giada Forte's long sleeve Henley button front blouse. Complete this prim and preppy look and pair with twill pants and loafer flats.

Fit: True to Size

77% Cotton, 23% Silk

Hand Wash

Available in Blue

estimated delivery date

April 26 - May 3

With free ground shipping.
Faster shipping methods also available.

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Button up in casual opulence with Giada Forte's long sleeve Henley button front blouse. Complete this prim and preppy look and pair with twill pants and loafer flats.

Fit: True to Size

77% Cotton, 23% Silk

Hand Wash

Available in Blue

designer


Designed and produced in Italy by Giada Forte and her brother Paolo Forte, the line is the product of the siblings' desire to create something very personal. Inspired by their families' textile business, the result is a collection full of delicate, feminine pieces cut from sophisticated Italian fabrics and finished with unique, handmade details.

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