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Split Sleeve Cape Dress

Split Sleeve Cape Dress

$102.00 $225.00

Size Guide

SIZE
COLOR

Off White


ABOUT Shakuhachi

With a strong desire to create, Shakuhachi designer Jessie White realised something was missing in the marketplace over 10 years ago when it was difficult to find clothes that were sophisticated yet affordable, fashion-forward yet beautifully made. This prompted the beginnings of Shakuhachi, and the birth of what many would now consider one of Australias most recognised and beloved labels. Each seasons collection has been a natural progression from the last, drawing inspiration from a myriad of influences that range from cult films to kraut rock. Though varied, there is one underlying link to each collection, and that is the uncompromising quality and distinct design of every single piece. White uses the finest of materials whether it is billowing silk chiffon, vintage-inspired lace or soft butter leather. Along with the exceptional fabrications, Shakuhachi is also at the forefront of adopting new innovations in technology, which then translates through to more cleverly crafted and intricate designs.

DESCRIPTION
  • 100% rayon
  • Lined
  • Shoulder pad accents
  • Split sleeve detail
  • Back zip closure
  • Hand wash or dry clean
  • Revolve Style No. SHAK-WD64
  • Manufacturer Style No. S121122
SIZE & FIT
  • Modeled in size 8/S.
  • Shoulder seam to hem measures approx 32" in length
  • Model Measurements: Height 5'9", Waist 26", Bust 32", Hips 34.5"
  • Size Guide
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