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Shae White Snake Short

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Style notes

Let's be honest, sometimes a good old pair of shorts just doesn't cut it. This summer, be chicer than ordinary, go dressier and stylish with our structured White Snake print short. This flattering short provides ample stretch for movement and features side pockets, a side invisible zip, a flat front, and back yoke with welt pockets. This style is fully lined.

Pair with our Benni top, Olenna tops, Billy Jean statement tops or Cali lace top. The Celine tops look smashing with them as well giving you the perfect 80's vibe.

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LAHIVE

LAHIVE is a Los Angeles-based womenswear company that produces unique and luxurious fashions in an eco-friendly manner. Let us accentuate your daily swagger, bringing you unexpected fabric combinations and sultry textiles you can’t resist touching, with every curve catching the eye. We take great care in designing every piece with flattering lines, a heightened awareness for detail, interesting textures, and a sense of comfort in mobility. Whether you wear a LAHIVE for work, dinner, cocktails or an event, you will look and feel your absolute best. We reduce our carbon footprint by producing small quantities in a factory run by solar panels AND we use upcycled materials so you can feel good about your purchase. Look Luxe, Feel Luxe

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