White Serena Crop Blouse

180.00AED

  • USD: 49.01$
  • EUR: €41,89

This beautiful crop blouse is displaying a strong vintage influence and pretty feminine details. The cropped blouse is cut from eyelet cotton accentuated by puffed sleeves and a knotted tie front.

  • Made from repurposed leftover fabric, this piece is a foolproof beach cover-up
  • White
  • 100% cotton deadstock
  • Designed for a slim fit
  • Perfect for day and night

Understanding the product...

This beautiful crop blouse is displaying a strong vintage influence and pretty feminine details. The cropped blouse is cut from eyelet cotton accentuated by puffed sleeves and a knotted tie front.

WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT THE WHITE SERENE CROP BLOUSE

  • Made from repurposed leftover fabric, this piece is a foolproof beach cover-up
  • White
  • 100% cotton deadstock
  • Designed for a slim fit
  • Perfect for day and night

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold on gentle cycle; line dry

Size Guide
Fits true to size, take your normal size
Wear it with…
Pair the White Serena Crop Blouse with jeans and sneakers for a very casual look. You can also layer it with high-waisted pants, jeans, or a skirt. The blouse is ideal for a night out with your friends or to go to the beach in flowy pants. The blouse is an ideal piece to create a boho outfit so we think it would go perfectly with one of our raffia bags such as Bika Ruby Raffia Bag or Hana Pompom Raffia Bag.

ABOUT THE ARTISANS

Victoria Road began with co-founders Megan Brosterman & Shannon Grewer who sought to create a socially responsible fashion brand that would support sustainable economic development. They work with several talented designers like Farina Naimat Ali and are a member of the Fair Trade Federation. That means that their workshop employees are treated fairly and paid living wages.

The company ethically sources and manufactures in Pakistan. They use deadstock fabric, local cotton from family-owned mills, and fabric leftovers from other factories. Their factory is also a zero-waste facility that produces in small runs and finds subsequent uses for all fabric remnants.

We love that they are creating an amazing network with local farmers, cotton mills,  tailors, seamstresses, and designers. Be part of the chain and join this silent revolution of conscious consumers.

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