Look mod and sophisticated in the Marimekko Solita White/Black Linen Shirt Dress. Worn alone or over leggings, the trapeze cut of this garment flares at the bottom, allowing for movement and comfort. A black, sketch-like crosshatch pattern embellishes a soft white 100% linen backdrop. This Solita number features a flat collar, three-quarter sleeves and an 11-button enclosure hidden behind a fabric panel, except for the top two buttons. Side slit pockets add a fun and flirty element to the dress. Just add your personal flair and watch heads turn.
Note: Linen has a tendency to wrinkle and can have slight irregularities in texture.
Care: Machine wash warm in plenty of water and separately from non-linen items. Do not bleach or tumble dry. Warm iron if needed.
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