Taking its name from Daniel Defoe's character Roxana, who can be described as a proto-feminist because she carries out her actions for her own ends of freedom before a feminist ideology was fully formed in 1724, this fitted and sexy waistcoat is an empowering garment to wear.
Cutting a neat silhouette based upon a man's traditional Shawl Collar Waistcoat it has symmetrical double welt pockets with velvet contrast detail which matches the generous velvet contrast collar. This is matched further with four velvet covered buttons. The light linen mix fabrics woven stripes are placed vertically to flatter every figure.
Match with the Roxana Skirt in Stripe.
Offered here in a 70% linen 30% viscose mix.
Dry clean only.
We make small quantities of high quality pieces. If your size is sold out, you are welcome to contact us and if we have fabrics available, we will be happy to make your size to order for you.
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