Floral printed top


Color : Brown
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A falsely wise look for this PATINA top with its small round collar and pleats in front. We love its preppy British look. The volume is straight and some pleats on the collar give it an even more feminine neckline. Let yourself be seduced by the pretty floral print in red, sky and camel tones which will easily find a place in your wardrobe this fall!

  • Hidden Buttoning
  • Row of folds in front
  • Raglan armhole
  • Wrist gathers
  • Exclusive print

100% viscose, this quality fabric is produced by our faithful Italian printer based in Como with whom we have built up a bond of trust season after season. Their designs become exclusive for Chemins Blancs when they are selected by our design studio.

The origin of this viscose is certified FSC, Forest Stewardship Council, a non-profit environmental label that aims to promote responsible forest management. For a cut down tree, another one is replanted. We remind you that viscose is made of cellulose from wood pulp.

To take great care of this printed shirt, we recommend a delicate wash cycle 30°C and ironing at low temperature on reverse side so that the quality of this garment lasts as long as possible!


Nathana measures 1.77 m and has a size 38

The straight cut of this flowery blouse is ideal whatever your morphology! Unbutton the first buttons to make it even more feminine and highlight the pretty pleated collar.


Chemins Blancs is a women's ready-to-wear brand with French know-how. This blouse is made in our own factories in Ukraine with a fabric coming from Italy. Please note that in this autumn/winter collection, 80% of our fabrics come from Europe (Italy and France).

How to match it
How to match it?
Have fun mixing the print of this flowery shirt with the beige checks of the SOUDE, or SAMBRE pants, as well as with the bright garnet colou of the SEVE smooth velvet pants. For a more casual look, wear this blouse with black jeans.
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