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Arkitaip The Serra Linen Boiler Suit in Denim Blue


Cut from Austrian, warm linen, the Serra Linen Boiler Suit in denim blue is as versatile as you are. This thick linen jumpsuit is a timeless classic that you'll keep for years to come.

It has long sleeves that can be rolled up and fastened with a tab. It has a waist tab, two chest pockets, and two deep side pockets and is lined with a front button-fastening made of biodegradable milk-waste buttons.

Product Details:
- Made of 100% Austrian linen, certified with the Masters-of-linen®-mark.
- Features a front button fastening made of biodegradable milk-waste buttons.
- Perfect for the colder days of the year!
- Designed in London and made responsibly in Portugal.
- Fits true to size. Length can be adjusted by 5cm (just like men's wear pants).

How to Style Fit: Layer this denim blue boiler suit with our matching Peppi duster coat or pair it with boots, a rollneck and a trench coat during the colder days of the year.

Wash with Love:
- Treat your linen piece with care and wash it preferably by hand.
- When machine-washing it, wash it at max. 30° and on a gentle wash cycle (400-600 RPM) to protect the garment's fibers.
- Use a mild and preferably organic detergent to best preserve the piece's colour and fit.
- Lay it flat to dry - tumble drying is bad for the environment anyways ...

Item will be delivered in 3 - 5 business days. Shipping costs will vary depending on the destination. Rates will be calculated during the checkout.

About arkitaip

Founded in 2018 by mother-daughter duo Michi and Lea Wieser, arkitaip was born from the idea to create a wardrobe that is made to last. Cultivated on the principles of laissez-faire elegance, respect for our planet, and functionality, their pieces are designed for those who confidently embrace their uniqueness. Crafted in Europe and cut from 100% MASTERS OF LINEN®-certified linen, arkitaip's pieces are made with the intention in mind to be passed on from generation to generation. With a strong focus on an ethical supply chain and the preservation of artisanal skills (Michi hand-makes their crochet range), the duo wants to foster the relationship between garment and wearer, opening up the dialogue about a more conscious consumption behaviour. Their mission is to inspire those wearing arkitaip to live and breathe a more conscious life.