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Outer fabric: 45% acrylic, 25% polyester , 25% wool, 5% miscellaneous fibres | Lining: 100% polyester
Did you know?
Wool: A natural fibre, wool is an insulator which means it is very warm to wear. It's resilient and elastic and so garments can stretch comfortably with you, then easily return to their natural shape. It's non-allergenic, so good for people with skin sensitivity, is flame retardant and even dirt and stain resistant. What's more, it's very biodegradable, so at the end of its life you can happily dispose of your garment knowing it won't have an environmental impact.
Polyester: is something of a miracle fabric. A synthetic, it can be worn over and over without fading or losing its shape and is crease resistant. It works well in blends with natural fabrics such as cotton where it extends their life.
Polyacrylic/Acrylic: has a wool-like feel and so is often made into sweaters. While providing warmth, it is lighter than wool, and as a synthetic is more inexpensive. It takes and retains colour well, can be soft, and depending on how it is made is machine washable. It is also used to make fake fur.
Size & Fit
In this chart, you will find the exact measurements of the selected item. In addition to the UK size, the manufacturer sizes are also included in case you have already had experience with a particular designer.
The model is 5′9″ tall and wears a UK size 16 according to our body measurement chart.
Body shape: Rectangle, Oval, Strawberry.
We measure the bust from underarm to underarm. To find out the circumference of an item, double the listed measurement.
We measure the waist 41 cm below the side edge of the neckline. To find out the waist circumference of an item, double the listed measurement.
For tops and dresses, we measure the total length from the side edge of the neckline down to the lower hem. If the item has different lengths, both the minimum and maximum length are provided. For trousers and skirts, the length is measured along the outer side from the waistband to the end of the leg/skirt.
We measure the hips 62 cm below the side edge of the neckline. For trousers, we measure the width 21 cm below the waistband. To find out the circumference around the hips of an item, double the listed measurement.