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MOMIJI JACQUARD JACKET

£185.00

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BKR ID 216-2250-2651    Item no.: 12767
Design Collection: AUTUMN / WINTER 2021

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Details

Short jacket with a simple cut, wide sleeves, piped pockets, and mandaring collar for a slight touch of the East. This is underscored by the jacquard fabric that plays with the natural shade of midnight black. The jacket adds a touch of elegance to any bottoms, and it forms a stylish suit when paired with the matching Momiji jacquard trousers.

Full length at front in size S, approx. 59 cm.

The model in the picture is 175 cm and wearing size S
WASH AT 30° DELICATE
60% COTTON 40% VISCOSE
COTTON

Cotton is a natural fibre that is biodegradable. The cotton fibre is robust and has a wear resistance that is only surpassed by certain synthetic fibres. These natural properties provide cotton products with very good durability.

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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