Joan Vass 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite

  • 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite
  • 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite
  • 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite
  • 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite
  • 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite
  • 3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite

Joan Vass3/4-Sleeve Cotton Interlock Embroidered Tunic, Black/White, Petite

Original: $238.00    NOW: $119.00

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Details
  • Joan Vass interlock knit tunic with embroidered detail.
  • Round neckline.
  • Three-quarter sleeves.
  • Vented hem for ease over hips.
  • Relaxed fit.
  • Pullover style.
  • Cotton.
  • Machine washable.
  • Imported.
Designer
About Joan Vass:
American designer Joan Vass drew upon her experience as an assistant curator at New York's Museum of Modern Art when she debuted her first collection of knitwear in 1977. Today, the collection still showcases the timeless, unstructured designs for which the name Joan Vass is known.
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Joan Vass Ponte Ankle Pants, Petite

  • Ponte Ankle Pants, Petite
  • Ponte Ankle Pants, Petite

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Joan VassPonte Ankle Pants, Petite

$168.00

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Details
  • Joan Vass pants in ponte.
  • Approx. measurements: 10" rise; 20" inseam.
  • Pocket-free silhouette.
  • Skinny legs.
  • Cropped at ankle with cutaway detail.
  • Pull-on style.
  • Polyester/rayon.
  • Machine washable.
  • Imported.


Model's measurements: Height 5'10"/177cm, bust 33"/84cm, waist 25.6"/65.2cm, hips 35.8"/91cm, dress size US 2-4/FR 34-36.


Designer
About Joan Vass:
American designer Joan Vass drew upon her experience as an assistant curator at New York's Museum of Modern Art when she debuted her first collection of knitwear in 1977. Today, the collection still showcases the timeless, unstructured designs for which the name Joan Vass is known.
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