A playful Peter Pan style collar, relaxed silhouette, and wide elbow length sleeves lend themselves to the airiness and comfort of this 100% linen blouse, which can be styled on its own with trousers, or layered under our overall style Flores Skirt
. Ideal with rolled sleeves for a casual summer look, or buttoned up for an elevated and classic every day style.
Final touches include oversized wooden buttons and back yoke with centered box pleat.
100% Linen. Made in Portugal.
Wash in cold water on delicate cycle with gentle, biodegradable detergents. Lay flat to dry.
This garment is preshrunk, and is dyed with non-toxic, low impact dyes. Wash separately before wearing, as colors may rub off onto other surfaces.
We thoughtfully design every children's garment with two year sizing.
Our garments are generously cut and designed to last through the upper end of each size (often wearable long past the 2 year mark). For the best fit, take the your child's true size. i.e. an average size 5 year old will wear a size 4-5. If in doubt, take one size larger.
|Shoulder to shoulder (cm)||24||25||27||28||29|
|Sleeve length (cm)||18.5||19||19.5||20||22.5|
Our story begins in Lithuania, a country renowned for its high quality beautiful linen, and temperate climate which is ideal for natural flax cultivation. Our flax seeds are completely rain fed, 100% GMO free, and are grown without the use of artificial irrigation, chemical pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Our makers use a 100% mechanical fiber extraction method.
Our flax is then spun into linen at our Portuguese mill outside Porto, Portugal, where it is cut, sewn and dyed. This mill adheres to the most stringent ethical and environmental standards in garment manufacturing, and works with us to create garments that are completely free of toxic components; from the fabric and dyes, to the buttons and elastic, down to the thread, and tags attached to the final garment.
From seed to finished product, our linen garments are reflective of European artistry, and a coveted dedication to craft and sustainability.
Fibers grown: Lithuania
Fibers spun: Portugal
Garment cut, sewn, dyed: Portugal