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Description & details
Gilets are a next-season must. This Evelin Brandt character piece comes in tactile mottled bouclé, a stand-up collar and patch pockets. Easy to throw-over all your favourites, but still distinctive in its crafty design.
- Soft, mottled bouclé
- Mandarin collar
- Closes with one large button at front
- For rectangle and oval body shapes
- Two patch pockets at front
- True to size
- Do not bleach
- Can be dry cleaned
- The total length for a DE size is
Secondary fabric: 100% polyester | 35% cotton, 23% polyester , 21% polyamide, 15% wool, 6% alpaca
Did you know?
Cotton: is a natural fibre favoured for its breathability - which means it's cool to wear in the summer while warm in the winter. It's hypo-allergenic and so is especially suitable for people with skin sensitivity. It's also long lasting and easy care - it's machine washable.
Knit: knitting is an extremely versatile method which can create various structures and patterns. The resulting look can range from extremely fine to elegant, extravagant or even coarse and casual fabrics.
Alpaca: alpaca fleece comes from the South American alpaca which is shorn every two years. The fibre is fine, soft and slightly curly and is excellent for providing insulation.
Polyester: is something of a miracle fabric. A synthetic, it can be worn over and over without fading or losing its shape and is crease resistant. It works well in blends with natural fabrics such as cotton where it extends their life.
Size & Fit
In this chart, you will find the exact measurements of the selected item. In addition to the DE size, the manufacturer sizes are also included in case you have already had experience with a particular designer.
The model is 175 cm tall and wears a DE size 44 according to our body measurement chart.
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Clean, crisp lines and contrast print and colours, Brandt cuts her cloth with real women in mind Evelin Brandt started out studying medicine, but ended up designing clothes for women like herself – demanding, stylish and stand-out-from-the-crowd. Medicine’s loss is fashion’s gain…