Arkitaip Serra Boiler Suit in Denim
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Arkitaip
Serra Boiler Suit in Denim

£295.00
This will be shipped to you directly from Arkitaip in United Kingdom

The Serra Boiler Suit in Denim

  • Made of 100% Austrian linen, certified with the Masters-of-linen®-mark.
  • Features a front button fastening made of biodegradable milk-waste buttons.
  • Perfect for the colder days of the year!
  • Designed in London and made responsibly in Portugal.
  • Marcie is wearing a size S and is 172cm tall.

Sizing

  • Chest: S - 90cm / M - 96cm / L - 102cm / XL - 108cm
  • Waist: S - 70cm / M - 76cm / L - 82cm / XL - 88cm
  • Sleeve length: S/M - 61 / M - 61.5cm / L - 62cm / XL - 62.5cm
  • Leg length from waist to bottom: S - 98 / M - 100 / L - 102 / XL - 104cm
  • S: UK 8
  • M: UK 10
  • L: UK 12
  • XL: UK 14



Delivery

Your items will be shipped to you directly by the individual brands, therefore shipping times can vary and your order may arrive in multiple packages. Estimated shipping times and final shipping costs are calculated at checkout.

Please refer to our Shipping page for more information.

Returns.

If you are not happy with your purchase you will have 14 days from receipt of your item to submit a return request. And a further 14 days to return the item. You will be responsible for the return shipping costs.

Please refer to our Returns page for more information.

The Brand:

Arkitaip

Founded in 2018 by mother-daughter duo Michi and Lea Wieser, arkitaip was born out of the idea to provide women with a wardrobe which is made to last.

Handcrafted in Europe and cut from the highest quality linen, a durable and eco-conscious material, their pieces are made in anticipation that they'll one day be passed on from generation to generation.

With a strong focus on an ethical supply chain and the preservation of artisanal skills, the duo wants to foster the relationship between garment and wearer, opening up the dialogue about a more conscious consumption behaviour.