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Hannah LaveryLadies Slimline Blue Chambray Shirt


Retail: R1,000

Hannah Lavery is a design house for women’s apparel imagined and made in Cape Town. With a conscious dedication to building wardrobes with longevity, it draws inspiration from the classics and offers a highly crafted range in neutral tones made from plant-based materials.

Versatility | Longevity | Kindness

This slim, flattering shirt has a concealed button stand, narrow cuffs with bound placket and a curved hem. 

Why we love it : It’s a relaxed, casual shirt. We love this fabric because it looks like denim without the heaviness of it. The concealed button stand gives this a clean minimalist look. It can be worn open or closed. 

Product Features
  • Flattering, slim shirt
  • Shirt collar, narrow cuffs and bound placket
  • Concealed button stand
  • Curved hem
  • Made out of 70% Rayon 30% Linen
  • Ironing is optional, but necessary for a crisp look
Product Specifications
  • Models: Roxy (1,65m) wears size 8, Fufu (1,67m) wears size 16
  • Measurements: Shoulder to hem 67cm - Based on a size 10
  • Imagined and made in Cape Town, South Africa
  • Fit advice: True to size
  • Washcare: The rayon has been preshrunk, but because rayon is plant based it can sometimes shrink again on the first wash 2-4% shrinkage on length. Please make sure to wash your rayon garments on Cold - not on 20 or 30 degrees
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