Mary Green Silk Knit Chemise | Slips | Journelle
Mary Green Silk Knit Chemise
Slinky, silky, and simple, this knit silk chemise is a luscious little indulgence and a wardrobe essential. Worn under clingy knits and floaty sheers, this slip functions as a classic undergarment and under nothing, it functions as a sexy little number. So rarely do "practical" and "fabulous" go hand in hand. And even rarer for under $100. Mama like.
Silk Knit Mini Half-Slip
Made of slinky silk-knit fabric with a small edging of pretty lace, Mary Green's mini slip is perfect for a perfect extra foundation layer. Hits at mid-thigh.
100% cotton, silk trim
Hand wash in lukewarm water with an extra-gentle lingerie wash; gently squeeze out excess water and lay flat to dry; can be dry cleaned
Made In China
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