One piece one - Black

symmetric one piece with a v-neckline and an elegant pleat at the shoulder. The strap at the waist is tied into a knot when you wear it. Inside the garment, there is an elastic waistband for extra comfort. It has a blind zipper at the back, a side pocket

€290,00 Incl. btw
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StudioRuig


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  • Asymmetric one piece with a v-neckline and an elegant pleat at the shoulder. The strap at the waist is tied into a knot when you wear it. Inside the garment, there is an elastic waistband for extra comfort. It has a blind zipper at the back, a side pocket on the right and one fake paspel pocket at the back. It has tapered kimono sleeves with a 3/4 length which can be folded. The legs of the trousers have a semi-wide fit.

    58% viscose - 42% acetate
    Viscose is a natural fiber made from the pulp of coniferous wood, birch wood or remnants of cotton fluff (cellulose). Viscose was designed to be a substitute for silk and has the same lightweight feeling to it. Acetate fabrics are made from the pulp of wood but are classified as a synthetic or semi-synthetic fabric due to the way how the acetate is extracted from the cellulose. Acetate mimics the characteristics of silk. It drapes and hangs well, is moth and mildew resistant and dries quite quickly.

    Viscose has a natural shrinkage of 5%.
    This is a woven fabric.
    This fabric is produced in Italy.


    Care instructions
    Dry clean only.

    Garment measurements
    Center front 58,5 cm
    Center back 85 cm 
    Sleeve 35 cm 
    Chest 129 cm
    Waist 96 cm 
    Hips 110 cm 
    Outside leg 111 cm 
    Inside leg 80 cm
    Strap length 168 cm

    Measurements were taken from a size 36.
    Our model Anke is 1.73 tall and wearing a size 36. 

    Fit notes
    This garment has a standard fit.

    Made in Lithuania.

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