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Houndstooth Button Down Tweed Dress

SKU# RF16152C005-BL

$ 5450.00
$5,450
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Black and white cotton dress by Balmain. This a knee length dress features houndstooth print, short sleeves, a round neckline, structured padded shoulders, rear zip fastening and is finished with gold tone logo-emblems at front.

Finish your look with classic slingbacks and gold stud earrings.

65% Cotton, 28% Wool, 15% Polyamide, Dry Clean

Made in France, French Sizing

Available in Black/White

estimated delivery date

January 24 - January 31

With free ground shipping.
Faster shipping methods also available.

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Full priced clothing, shoes and handbags may be returned within 14 days of when the package was delivered. Sale merchandise qualifies for store credit only. Beauty and international orders are final sale. Fine jewelry and evening gowns may be returned if shipped back overnight within 24 hours from when the package was delivered. All orders require an adult signature (21+) upon delivery.  (see the full policy)

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Black and white cotton dress by Balmain. This a knee length dress features houndstooth print, short sleeves, a round neckline, structured padded shoulders, rear zip fastening and is finished with gold tone logo-emblems at front.

Finish your look with classic slingbacks and gold stud earrings.

65% Cotton, 28% Wool, 15% Polyamide, Dry Clean

Made in France, French Sizing

Available in Black/White

designer


Throughout its long history, the quintessentially Parisian house of Balmain has managed to retain its unique position as both a historic French house and as a leading trendsetting brand that others look to as reference. Pierre Alexandre Claudius Balmain was a French fashion designer and founder of leading post-war fashion house Balmain. Known for sophistication and elegance, he described the art of dressmaking as "the architecture of movement."

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