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Jean Franklin

Jane Blouse in White

$188.00

Jean Franklin

Jane Blouse in White

$188.00

Meet the Jane Blouse in White Stripe.

Much like Jane Birkin, this blouse is timeless. Inspired by the queen herself, the Jane blouse is designed for a variety of settings and seasons. With a keyhole button at the nape of the neck, lightweight gauzy cotton in white and mother of pearl buttons, this classic piece is easy to dress up and down with a pair of jeans and boots or underneath the Carol dress.

Our blouses are made-to-order from deadstock fabric, which means there is only a limited amount we make in each color, making sure it’s as unique as you. Pick your size and you'll receive your blouse in 3 weeks. Personalization without the hassle.

Care Directions: Hand wash and hang dry or take to a professional green dry/wet cleaner.

Chaynler is wearing a size x-small and her measurements are: 
Height: 5' 7"  |  Bust: 33"  |  Waist: 25"  |  Hip: 34"

Simone is wearing a size small and her measurements are: 
Height: 5' 10"  |  Bust: 34"  |  Waist: 28"  |  Hip: 33"

Size Guide

Made-to-Order

You save money by allowing us to only make the sizes and styles you actually want. This cuts down on wasted fabric and materials, letting us reduce prices. Just pick and your hand-made clothing arrives on your doorstep in 3 weeks.

Ethical

Everyone at Jean Franklin is paid fairly. In return, you get lovingly crafted clothes created right here in Los Angeles.

Sustainable

Smarty pants. With every purchase you save beautiful unused (deadstock) fabric from being carted off to landfills by other fashion brands. These fabrics are only available in small quantities, keeping your garment unique and never mass-produced. And you’ve cut out all the water and energy usage typical of new clothing production.