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FALLING LEAVES SHIRT

£149.00

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BKR ID 216-2248-3399    Item no.: 12619
Design Collection: AUTUMN / WINTER 2021
 
 
 
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Flattering shirt with long sleeves in a form-fitting style that looks stunning at the waist and stomach. The shirt has a lapel and full-length mother of pearl button closure. The pattern on the black background is inspired by foliage and its vibrant colours, giving the shirt an elegant graphic expression. Create a discreet look by styling the shirt with a pair of loose-fitting black trousers, or mix with a skirt in a different pattern for a more informal look.

Full length at front in size S, approx. 70 cm.

The model in the picture is 175 cm and wearing size S
WASH AT 30° DELICATE
100% VISCOSE
VISCOSE

Viscose is a regenerated wood fibre that is biodegradable and in the same family as with cupro, modal and lyocell. Often, viscose is used as an alternative to silk, since the fibre fineness of viscose allow for the same lightness as silk. Viscose has good durability and retains colour better than cotton. In addition, viscose has a good absorption capacity, which makes the clothes comfortable to wear on hot days.

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