Suit yourself with the Frame Denim Double Boyfriend Blazer in Suiting White. In a beautiful tailored linen and featuring wide lapels and a double breasted silohette, this borrowed-from-boyfriend style blazer pairs perfectly with tailored trousers for a professional look, or with denim for the ultimate off duty style.
The Frame Double Boyfriend Blazer in Suiting White fits true to size
Neck Drop: 27.5cm / 10.8inch
Sleeve Length: 60cm / 23.6inch
Back Length: 69cm / 27.16inch
Measurements are taken from a Size S
Model is wearing a Size S. Phoebe is is 180cm / 5' 11"
Bust 86cm / 34in /// Waist 61cm / 24in /// Hips 89cm / 35in
This brand was inspired by the mutual desire of founders Jens Grede and Erik Torstensson to find the perfect pair of jeans. Frame’s assortment of perfect cuts and timeless washes will ensure that it’s a staple of your wardrobe. Embrace the brands mantra of “dressed up casual” in a pair of flares, high waisted skinny jeans or fashion jackets.
When choosing a fit one of the main elements discussed is Rise. Rise is the distance from the middle of the crotch seam (right between your legs) to the top of the waistband. It usually ranges from 7 inches to 12 inches. The measurement for a rise is always discussed in inches, this is the international standard.
Low Rise – 7-91/2 inch rise. Fits 3-5 inches below the belly button when worn.
Mid Rise – 9-1/2 – 11 inch rise. Fits on or just below the belly button when worn.
High Rise – 11 inch and up. Fits 1 inch or more above the belly button when worn.
This refers to the length from the top edge of the waistband along the outside of the leg to the hem. This will help you determine where on your leg the pant will finish. It can be useful to compare the item you're looking at to a similar item from your own wardrobe.
Shoe fits vary by style or manufacturing location. Please check the individual the shoe listing for fit details or contact our customer service team with your inquiry mail:[email protected]
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