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LUTSK BLOUSE

$204.10
THIS DESIGN IS MADE TO ORDER

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Contemporary yet feminine, the Lutsk Cream High Neck Blouse an elegant sleeveless blouse featuring high neckline and side slit openings fastened with handmade ceramic criss cross buttons. There is no same button in this set, because they are handmade and each one is slightly different. Beautifully crafted, this elevated style is finished with oversize and effortless touch. This blouse will elevate any outfit, perfect for smart-casual and evening wear. Pair it with the matching Lutsk Cream Wide Leg Pants.

Composition 100% cotton

Trimming: 100% metal

Buttons: handmade ceramic, white clay, glazed

Sizes 
S (European 36)
Bust: fits bust around 85 -89cm
Waist: fits waist around 68-70 cm cm
Hips: fits hips around 92 cm
For overall height: 175 cm around

M (European 38)
Bust: fits bust around 90 cm
Waist: fits waist around 71-76 cm
Hips: fits hips around 96-99 cm
For overall height: 175 cm around

Dry clean only

Warm iron inside out.
Do not tumble dry.
Do not bleach.

Handmade in Ukraine by women artisans for women during the war

Each piece in this collection commemorates Ukrainian land and its strong and brave people, that´s why each item has naming to honor Ukraine.

Lutsk is a city of Styr river in northwestern Ukraine. It is the heart of Volyn, one of the most ancient, mysterious and charming cities in Ukraine. It is well known for its rich history, which determined the city’s appearance. Today, Lutsk manages to harmoniously combine the monumentality of Soviet architecture with the grace of ancient buildings that continue to preserve Kyivan Rus’ and Medieval Europe’s spirit. The richness of its history and architecture is comparable to those of Lviv and KyivOn 11 March 2022, as part of the Russian Invasion, the Russian army fired four missiles at Lutsk military airfield killing two Ukrainian servicemen and wounding six. On 28 March, Lutsk was struck by another Russian missile.

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