Scotch & Soda black and yellow geometric miniskirt classic fashion

Scotch & Soda Maison Scotch black miniskirt with a yellow geometric print. Beautifully diagonally draped. Concealed back zip.

Condition: Barely worn. No signs of usage (no stains, no odor).
96% Polyester; 4% Elastane.
Size: S

CategoryWomen, Skirts, Mini
ColorYellow, Black

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