The Layer’d collections embody simple, sophisticated pieces you can incorporate as staples for work and into the weekend.
Lightweight, comfortable & airy–the Tenke Top is cut from a soft washed linen that’s shaped for a loose but shapely fit.
It features a crew-neckline with a silver-tone metal half-zip that when left open, can transform into a feminine v-neck. This stand-out zip features lends itself to layering under soft-suiting outerwear options.
A scooped hi-lo hem falls flatteringly just below the hip at the front & provides extra coverage at the back. Full-length sleeves roll-up with a button closure for a ½ length sleeve that contemporises & elevates the top.
It’s finished by a single front flap-pocket, adding a touch of sophistication.
Wear it with white VERGE Acrobat Pants & a neutral tote bag for a relaxed everyday edit.
Designer colour: Chalk
Hi-lo curved hem
Silver-tone metal half-zip
Lightweight linen fabrication
This style also available in: Navy
Model wears a size 8
Model is 179 cm | Bust 86 cm | Waist 66 cm | Hips 86 cm
Crafted from 100% Washed Linen
Designed and made in Melbourne, Australia
With a design perspective that speaks to a contemporary & relevant woman, Layer’d brings its mastery of fabrication & fit to The Forme. Designed & made in Melbourne, Australia, Layer’d produces clothing that places a heavy emphasis on complimenting the natural beauty of women.
An effortless approach to dressing is adopted through uncomplicated shapes, sophisticated cuts & fluid fabrication. Expect modern sophistication with a refined edge.
You may return your item within 14 days of receiving your purchase. Items returned outside this period will not be accepted.
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