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Garment pieces - bodice (part a), body (part b), two cuffs (part c-d), and one sleeve (part e) - made from a beige cotton. The bodice is heavily embroidered in silk, front and back, with geometric and organic designs with small circular mirrors set within the embroidery. The collar is a pale purple-blue. The front opening has two snap closures. The simple body is composed of multiple pieces of fabric, and flares out slightly, with side slits on either side. The cuffs are dyed a pale purple-blue and embroidered with silk thread, each with a snap closure. The sleeve is a plain, tube-like construction, with purple-blue staining on end where it appears to have been cinched.

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