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Cabi #3611 Good Luck Blouse Size Medium
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Sleeveless, flowy, romantic sheer fabric with lining and a peplum ruffle at the bottom, a v-neckline with a lavender, coral and cream bird print. This blouse has a bow on the back, it has a sophisticated style, is professional and business casual.
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