August 11, 2013

Dolce & Gabbana Floral Print Pencil Skirt

I'm so into this lately,  I hope you enjoy it as much as I do! ;)

Black Brushed jacquard Skirt

Scattered with colorful blooms, Dolce & Gabbana's brushed jacquard skirt is sure to energize your capsule wardrobe. A touch of mohair gives this statement design a tactile finish - style yours with a denim shirt and beaded clutch for a cool texture clash.

Floral Pencil Skirt

Multi-coloured silk blend pencil skirt from Dolce & Gabbana featuring a multi-coloured floral pattern and a concealed rear zip fastening.

Floral Pencil Skirt

White cotton blend skirt from Dolce & Gabbana featuring a concealed zip fastening at the back, a straight hemline with a central rear slit and a pink and green floral print design.

Floral Print Pencil Skirt

Pink pencil skirt from Dolce & Gabbana featuring a floral print, a zip fastening on back and a slit on back.

Floral Printed Jacquard Skirt

Black floral jacquard skirt with red and white floral print from dolce & gabbana. Concealed rear zip with press-stud fastening. Darts for shaping. Small rear split. Fully lined. Dry clean only.

Multicolor Knee Length Skirt

Darts, no appliqués, rear closure, hook-and-bar, zip, no pockets, lined interior, rear slit, crêpe, solid colour, high waisted, tube dress.

White Printed Pencil Skirt

Multicoloured stretch silk pencil skirt from dolce & gabbana featuring a high waist and a flower and strawberry print.

Multicolor Knee Length Skirt

Elasticised waist, no appliqués, darts, rear closure, hook-and-bar, zip, no pockets, lined interior, centre back vent, crêpe, floral design, a-line style.

Pink Floralprint Silk Skirt

Floral-print silk. Black elasticated waistband, back vent. Zip fastening at side. 94% silk, 6% elastane. Dry clean.

DOLCE & GABBANAMulticolor Roseprint Pencil Skirt

This black, pink, light-green and dark-green rose-print pencil skirt has a top button and zipped back fastening with a small back hem slit. 100% viscose. Lining: 93% silk, 7% elastane. Dry clean. Country of origin: Italy.

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