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Edi Volume Sleeve Shirt, Pale Blue Recycled Cotton

Edi Volume Sleeve Shirt, Pale Blue Recycled Cotton

Regular price £220.00 GBP
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Playful details define our Edi shirt, a feminine take on classic shirting. Cut with a soft gathering at the bust to flatter all shapes, it has been designed with full, voluminous sleeves and lace collar. A versatile wardrobe essential, it’s made from recycled cotton and finished with natural cream corozo buttons.

'Absolutely love my Edi shirt! The fabric is so soft and comfortable to wear and the cut and design for small busted ladies so flattering. The fact that the shirt is made from 100% recycled cotton and completely free of chemicals makes it even more special. Can’t recommend it enough.' Customer Review

And if you have a fuller bust, the shaping works perfectly too and the button doesn't pull open!

Composition: 100% Recycled Cotton
Made in England, London, by Apparel Tasker
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Shirt is a relaxed fit.
Model 1 is size 8 and wearing a size XS.
Model 1 is size 8 and wearing a size S.
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Wash less, love always

We recommend hanging your shirt to air outdoors, rather than washing after every wear. This way, it will last longer and also have a lower environmental impact. Spot clean marks with warm soapy water, and when it does need a wash, follow our care advice:

  • Machine wash 30 degrees
  • Wash with similar colours
  • Medium iron
  • Do not bleach
  • Do not tumble dry

A note on our recycled cotton and corozo buttons

Our Edi shirt is made from 100% recycled cotton sourced from the Canclini mill in Italy; requiring no new fibres. Our fabric is also certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, which means it’s completely free from chemicals harmful to your skin. We’ve used corozo – known as vegetable ivory – for our buttons, as it comes from a nut found in South America which can only be harvested once it naturally falls to the ground, making it a more sustainable choice. 

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