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Cowboy-Inspired Ombré Silk Seersucker Shirt

SKU# C19UHT61-131-4B5-CH

$ 1695.00 In stock

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Ombre silk Seersucker shirt by Chloe. As seen on the SS19 runway, this cowboy-inspired faux denim stretch-silk shirt features a pointed collar, long sleeves, snap button front, dangling cuffs, relaxed fit, straight hem, white top-stitching and front and back yokes.

Wear it with flared pants, platform sandals and a leather saddle bag. Add gold bangles to finish the look.

96% Silk, 4% Elastane, Dry Clean

Made in Italy, French Sizing

Available in Indigo

estimated delivery date

June 23 - June 30

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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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Ombre silk Seersucker shirt by Chloe. As seen on the SS19 runway, this cowboy-inspired faux denim stretch-silk shirt features a pointed collar, long sleeves, snap button front, dangling cuffs, relaxed fit, straight hem, white top-stitching and front and back yokes.

Wear it with flared pants, platform sandals and a leather saddle bag. Add gold bangles to finish the look.

96% Silk, 4% Elastane, Dry Clean

Made in Italy, French Sizing

Available in Indigo

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The Chloé brand was founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, an Egyptian-born Parisienne; a dark beauty with a bohemian spirit. Rejecting the stiff formality of 1950s haute couture, she created the soft, alluring Chloé clothes from fine fabrics. Deciding to offer the Chloé clothes herself to the fashion boutiques – which were just starting to carry ready-to-wear clothes – they were unique for their time, beautifully made but accessible. ‘Luxury prêt-à-porter’ was born. Gaby chose the brand name ‘Chloé’ for its warm, feminine appeal. It was perfectly in sync with the new mood of Paris; youthful, modern in design, and slightly audacious in spirit.

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