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Bleu Crop Blazer


The Bleu Crop Blazer is made from thick woven cotton in Tbisili, Georgia. It features exaggerated bishop sleeves, fabric covered buttons and scalloped cropped opening. Style with a turtleneck or for the ultimate ensemble, try the matching Rouged en Bleu skirt to turn every head.

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While cotton is an organic fibre, traditional agriculture has led to over farming (drought, famine, death) and the use of pesticides (poison). For instance, it takes some 5,200 gallons of water to produce a basic tee and pair of jeans. The good news is that regenerative agriculture is on the rise, including major cotton growing regions like India and the U.S. More about Keburia’s source of cotton (coming soon). Your blazer is biodegradable.
George Keburia is a Georgian brand that focuses on luxury, playful womenswear. Known for its use of bold color and eccentric patterns, George Keburia products are eye-catching and made for the confident woman.

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