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Thierry Mugler Deadstock Ivory Silk Structured Jacket W Floral Applique w/ Tags

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We love Thierry Mugler and we fell in love with this incredible ivory silk and cotton blend jacket the minute we saw it! This deadstock jacket has the signature Mugler structured silhouette and it closes with a center snap closure at the waist. The textured fabric is semi sheer and has flower appliques on one side. We love the sash that ties in the back, adding just the right amount of style and to further define the silhouette. Thierry Mugler Paris label. Comes with original tags and extra closures attached. Marked a size 38 BUST: 42" WAIST: 28" HIPS: 42" SHOULDERS: 18" to end of each shoulder pad SLEEVES: 23" LENGTH: 30" from top of shoulder
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