CHIFFON poet BLOUSE

Maternal America
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CHIFFON poet BLOUSE

$160
$68 Gilt
Size (Alpha):
Men's Gloves
Need help with maternity sizing? Order your pre-pregnancy size for the best fit.
Alpha Size
XS 7
S 7 1/2 - 8
M 8 1/2 - 9
L 9 1/2 - 10
XL 10 1/2 - 11
Need help with maternity sizing? Order your pre-pregnancy size for the best fit.
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    Size 7 1/2 - 8
  • m
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    Size 8 1/2 - 9
  • l
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    Size 9 1/2 - 10
Color:
white
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Description
Designer

*Long sleeve chiffon dress with lace and ruffled cuffs and bottom hem

  • Ruffle collar and ruffle front detail
  • Four button front closure
  • Unattached slip
  • Dry clean or hand wash

Material: 100% Polyester

Brand: Maternal America

Origin: United States

Maternal America’s collection of ultra-feminine maternity clothing will keep you feeling stylish and sexy through your third trimester and beyond. Sweet seersucker shift dresses, gorgeous paisley-print nursing scarves, flattering pregnancy jeans, sleek swimwear, brightly colored track suits, and other designs feature elegant cuts and unique embellishments such as herringbone trim and printed sashes. Based in Los Angeles, Maternal America is the brainchild of designer Nataline Ngo, whose family entered the fashion industry after moving from Vietnam to the U.S. in the 1980s. Ngo’s upbringing sparked her interest in fashion design; after spending a few years working for others, she recruited her sister Tina to create a women’s clothing line. When Tina became pregnant, Ngo launched Maternal America — and a star label was born.