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Faded jeans embroidered with fawn and florals MONNALISA
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Faded jeans embroidered with fawn and florals MONNALISA
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Faded jeans embroidered with fawn and florals MONNALISA
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    Faded jeans embroidered with fawn and florals

    SKU:A144046-JEAN
    CHF 125.00
    • Quick delivery
    • To your door
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    Product Details
    These jeans for baby girls from Monnalisa are cut from faded denim stretch, and are embroidered with an adorable fawn and flowers. They sport an adjustable waistband with button and five pocket.
    Care Tips
    Wash at 30°C
    Composition
    89% cotton, 19% polyester, 1% elastane

    FEATURES

    • Reference: A144046-JEAN
    • Color: BLUE

    about the creator

    Monnalisa

    The children's ready-to-wear label Monnalisa emerges in Arezzo, Italy, where artistic and cultural traditions still go strong. Launched in 1968 by Piero Iacomoni, still chairman, and his wife Barbara Bertocci, creative director, the brand specializes in girls' fashion, creating unmistakable original pieces. Still today, the 30-head strong creative department innovates with fabric and styles to dress little girls in high quality clothing and accessories. Floral prints, lavish embroideries, glittering crystal details and bows embellish dresses, tops, trousers and jumpers. The perfectly girly pieces will soon be a favourite with your little princesses. Monnalisa also offers accessories such as handbags and shoes in its own eponymous stores in Italy and in over 800 multi-brand stores worldwide. Discover our curated collections of girls' clothing from Monnalisa in our Bongénie Grieder e-shop or in-store. Order online, and enjoy free shipping in Switzerland and in Liechtenstein.

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