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The Edition #3 classic blazer is a long-line double breasted blazer in stone or charcoal. With a relaxed and boyish fit, it is fabricated in a textural Linen viscose blend with a subtle sheen. Details include flap pockets, corozo nut logo buttons and a logo jacquard sateen lining. The Edition #3 classic blazer has timeless appeal, layer tones with the Edition #3 relaxed pant, a fresh white tee and trainer or suit up with the Coordinating Edition #3 wide leg trouser and Evolve bralette.
Long-line double breasted blazer
Relaxed and boyish fit
Crafted from Linen viscose blend
Corozo nut logo buttons
Logo jacquard sateen lining
Our online model is 175cm tall, bust size 81cm, waist 61cm, hips 87cm and wears a size 8.
All sizes that are listed are in Australian sizing
This viscose & rayon in this garment have been sourced from renewable forests. Linen leaves no waste & requires less energy, water & pesticide.
100% Certified Sustainable Viscose
Both main and lining fabrics have been tested or chemicals harmful to human health and the environment.
Dry Clean Only (P).
Do not spot clean as will leave water mark.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not use chlorine or bleach.
Do not rub.
Do not use heavy steam.
Store in a shaded area as sunlight will affect the colour.
Take extreme care with jewellery or rough surfaces as this is a delicate fabric that may damage.
DESIGNED IN AUSTRALIA BY GINGER & SMART
This garment has been crafted from a viscose, rayon and linen blend.
Linen is long lasting, recyclable and biodegradable.
Linen leaves no waste and requires less energy, water and pesticide.
The viscose and rayon used have been sourced from certified renewable forests. This fabric has undergone testing which verifies no use of chemicals harmful to human health and the environment.
The buttons used on the Edition #3 classic blazer are made from corozo nut and engraved with the G&S logo. Corozo comes from the South American Tagua tree. The nuts are harvested naturally, as they only fall to the ground once ripe, meaning that no deforestation or unethical intervention is necessary.