This top features a raised boat style neckline, slight added length at the back hem, and a flattering crop across the body. We've cut this style using the rule of thirds in both length and width for a relaxed shape. We love to layer this piece as a lightweight style sweater over slip dresses, jeans, and thermals. The raised neckline provides a bit of added warmth without overheating.
The Boatneck Pullover is crafted in 100% cotton corduroy. This fabric has a rich depth of color and beautiful sheen. The corduroy fabric has a beautiful texture and a cozy feel. This fabric is OEKO-TEX100 certified to certify that it contains no harmful substances
100% cotton corduroy
Relaxed fit top with a slightly cropped silhouette
Wide sleeve cuff for rolling
Hand or machine wash cold with similar colors, hang to dry, iron low temperature
Bobola is wearing size S for a relaxed fit
Made in Toronto
This item ships from Devlyn van Loon's studio in Toronto. Packages come directly from each designer and therefore may arrive from multiple locations, taking varying times to prepare and deliver.
Devlyn van Loon is an eponymous line of clothing made by hand in Toronto, Canada. Established in 2016, the brand is best known for its streamlined silhouettes and sustainable manufacturing. Creating modern essentials, Devlin focuses on fit, silhouette and feel to design garments that seamlessly integrate into an everyday wardrobe and become a second skin, omitting the fussiness of getting dress without sacrificing comfort.
Devlyn designs to make choosing priced and getting dressed to be an effortless and pleasurable experience. She believes that style need not be sacrificed to shop sustainably. Most of all, the brand expresses a belief that the importance of clothing lies not in how it looks, but how it makes the wearer feel. All Devlyn van Loon garments are sewn in small batches a Toronto-based studio using sustainable, natural, or dead-stock fabrics sourced from North America, Europe, and Japan.
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