The Chloe Blouse is designed with beautiful, refined details. The blouse has a subtle puffed sleeve and a narrow cuff, finished with a coconut wood button.
The back has a number of mini pleats between the shoulder blades.
The fabric has a nice supple drape and is breathable.
Specific information about the lengths per size and fit can be found at the bottom under size chart
Simone is 1.72 years old and in the photos wears size S.
Fie is 1.77 and in the photos wears size M.
Dimensions measured flat in CM
- Size XS | Length: 62.5 cm | Sleeve length: 58.5 cm | Chest circumference: 35 cm
- Size S | Length: 64 cm | Sleeve length: 59 cm | Chest circumference: 37 cm
- Size M | Length: 65.5 cm | Sleeve length: 59.5 cm | Bust: 39 cm
- Size L | Length: 67 cm | Sleeve length: 60 cm | Chest circumference: 41 cm
- Size XL | Length: 68.5 cm | Sleeve length: 60.5 cm | Bust: 43 cm
Tip: Measure your favorite item of clothing for comparison.
This item is made in Izmir, Turkey in a relatively small factory. The entire production facility is GOTS certified. This means that all production processes and every step in the production line is sustainable. In fact, no substance or substance should be found in the factory that is not sustainable. In addition, it means that the working conditions are good and safe in every link of the production process. This is very special, because usually only the material is GOTS certified and not the entire production process. In addition, the factory is affiliated with the FairWear Foundation and recently audited.
Washing tip: Wash your garment inside out in a delicate wash or wool wash at a maximum temperature of 30 degrees. Ecovero is made from natural fibers (wood). During washing, the fabric is more fragile, because wood works 🙂 Wash your item carefully and a laundry bag is always a good idea too! The first wash does not shrink the garment up to 5% after that.
Material: This item is made from 100% Ecovero, a beautiful sustainable alternative to viscose. It is made from wood pulp from trees from sustainably managed forests in Europe. Lenzing is the Austrian factory that makes this material. They have a closed-loop production process and can rightly be called leaders in the field of sustainability. Compared to regular viscose, 50% less CO2 is emitted and only half the amount of water is used.
Production in Austria has important advantages. The wood, which comes from Europe, does not have to be shipped to another part of the world. This makes a huge difference in terms of CO2 emissions. The rules and sustainability requirements are also better complied with in Austria than in many other countries.