VTG GLAM RED SILK BEADED SEQUIN DECO CROPPED JACKET TOP

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  • Item Category: Textiles, Clothing & Accessories
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 20,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

This is one of several KQQL Glam Tops I have listed on eBay this week, check out my catagory under LADIES vtg SEQUIN BEADED TOPS

Amazing Black, Green & Gold beaded with Purple, Gold, Red & Green Sequins Deco Cropped style Jacket with long sleeves with a claw & loop attachment down the front, great colors awesome design, beautiful and stylish, a Great look for any formal occassion such as a Party or Cruise!

Condition: Great Condition, no fading or stains.

Designer: RINA Z., NEW YORK, MONTREAL, PARIS MADE IN INDIA, 100% SILK, POLYESTER LINING

SIZE ----PLEASE SEE MEASUREMENTS BELOW --

ALL MEASUREMENTS TAKEN LAYING FLAT

Bust/Chest (armpit to armpit) 20"

Shoulder to Shoulder 15"

Arm Length from Shoulder to Cuff 23"

Length from Back of Neck to hem 19"

*Measurements are approximate.

*Please allow room for movement & comfort.

*Compare to a similar item that fits you well to ensure a good fit.

*Sizes are different between manufacturers. Please go by listed measurements for an accurate fit.

*Color may vary on different display screens. If specific color shade is crucial, please contact me to verify.

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Unless otherwise stated all articles of clothing are preowned and may need to be cleaned.

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