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Joni Puff Sleeve Lace Collar Blouse, Yellow Cotton

Joni Puff Sleeve Lace Collar Blouse, Yellow Cotton

Regular price $247.43 USD
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A riff on 1940s shirting, our Joni blouse pops in sunny yellow. Cut in an ultra-flattering nip-and-flare silhouette, it’s replete with feminine details: the voluminous puffed sleeves that gather into an adjustable Codelite® button cuff at the elbow; the deep collars with contrasting pastel orange cotton lace trim; the scalloped hem. Finishing just below the hips, it’s made in London from super soft cotton. 


Also available in white.


Composition: 100% Cotton

Made in England, London, by Apparel Tasker

 

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Model is size 8 and wearing size XS

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Wash less, love always

We recommend hanging your blouse to air outdoors, rather than washing after every wear. This helps it to last longer and also reduce its environmental impact. Use warm soapy water to spot clean any marks, 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 cotton and Codelite® buttons

Our Joni blouse uses cotton sourced from the Somelos mill in Portugal, which is working towards better environmental practices by switching to recycled or organic cotton. The fabric is also certified STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®, which means it’s completely free from chemicals harmful to your skin. The blouse itself is made in London by Apparel Tasker, which, as a London-based brand, reduces our carbon footprint along with their zero waste policy. 

For our buttons, we’ve used Codelite®, as it’s a natural material made from casein, a protein derived from milk. Codelite® is also biodegradable, which means your blouse’s impact on the environment once it reaches the end of its lifecycle will be reduced further.

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