Calvin Klein Women’s Lux Solid Pencil Skirt, Charcoal Melange, 4
Calvin Klein Women's Lux Solid Pencil Skirt, Charcoal Melange, 4
- Solid pencil skirt with concealed back zipper
Classic modern suiting pencil skirt with high waist
Calvin Klein Women's Lux Solid Pencil Skirt, Charcoal Melange, 4, Calvin Klein Women's Collection
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