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Trifoglio UN000825

UN000825

Jacquard fabric of mixed composition, with white clover pattern on a grey base. A fresh and witty design that lends itself to the creation of mini-dresses, jackets, skirts and dusters.

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Composition
45% PL, 40% PC, 15% CO
Height
139 cm (useful 135 cm)
Weight
424 g / m
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Description

Jacquard fabric of mixed composition, with white clover pattern on a grey base. A fresh and witty design that lends itself to the creation of mini-dresses, jackets, skirts and dusters.

Article
UG4271EEBGU3598------
Color
Multicolor (, )
Search Code
UN000825
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