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BOTANICAL TRAIL BLOUSE

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BOTANICAL TRAIL BLOUSE 1

Regular Price: $152.00

Sale Price $45.00

ITEM: 1014J36410-AS011

Description
Colorful and feminine, this botanical print blouse was exclusively designed by Jigsaw's in-house artist. An elegant cut, it has an open V-neck collar and a soft ruffle at the neckline. Lightweight and breezy enough to team with everything from denim to summer skirts.
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True to size
Model is 5ft10 and wearing a size 6
Centreback length for a size 8 measures 66.5 cm
Open collar
Relaxed fit
Soft ruffle at neckline
Fabric & Care
100% Viscose
Gentle machine wash
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Color: Multicoloured
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26-May-2018 - Beautiful short but ripped after 2 wears at the seam. Jigsaw are teplacihg
24-May-2018 + Nice top, good pattern...
16-May-2018 -- I’ve returned this as I was disappointed with the quality
03-May-2018 - Arrived on poor state. Nearly sent it back
14-Apr-2018 -- Online the top looked bright and with lovely contrasting colours. However, in real life the colours were much duller and did not stand out against the navy background so well. Unusually for Jigsaw the fabric was also not up to the usual high standard, it was called viscose but felt more like polyester. I... Read More Online the top looked bright and with lovely contrasting colours. However, in real life the colours were much duller and did not stand out against the navy background so well. Unusually for Jigsaw the fabric was also not up to the usual high standard, it was called viscose but felt more like polyester. I did not keep the blouse.