Monet Lucky Lilies Capri
WHY THIS INSPIRES US?
Rather poor in his early career, it was not until Claude Monet moved to the beautiful Giverny that his luck began to change. Monet began to paint the colorful florals and light filled lilies in the gardens surrounding the home he rented outside Paris in 1883. His career and corresponding financial success soon took off. #luckylilies
New capri version features amped up color vibrancy! =)
FABRIC & FEATURES
- All NEW Italian fabric provides additional opacity so undergarments are completely hidden to the eye.
- Each pair is custom engineered and printed one at a time to reflect the exact detail of our all-original prints. You won’t find these prints anywhere else.
- Fabric features four-way stretch and a second-skin feel. Quick dry and moisture wicking capabilities work with you through your workouts.
- Medium rise offers a figure flattering comfortable waist that stays put while ensuring flexible movement
- 20" inseam
-High UV Protection with a maximum value of UPF 50+
*Leggings run slightly generous. Please size down if you are on the border of a size.
#AltarEgo #GrrrlPower #ArtInMotion
Artist: Altar Ego custom design
Color: Turquoise/ Coral Multi (Color brushed with antique effect for added authenticity)
Style: Printed Capri Pant
Fabric: 83% Polyester Bright 17% Spandex
Care: Hand Wash or Machine Wash Gentle Cycle Inside Out. Dry Flat.
Made In: USA
Size Guide (inches)
XXS XS S M L
USA Size 0 2-4 6-8 10-12 14-16