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Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse


Indulge yourself in flights of fancy. You will fall in love with this blouse when you first see it. Sexy lace cutout with the cute point is a special visual effect. Your good figure will be perfectly showed by this special designed blouse. Light weig...
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  • Material: Denim & Lace
  • Neckline: Fold Over Collar
  • Sleeve Type: Long Sleeve
  • Season: Spring & Summer


  • Special design shows your unique taste
  • Exquisite workmanship guarantees the quality
  • This kind of material gives you a wonderful touch and feeling
  • Jointing sleeves make the blouse different
  • Point printing shows the sweet of this blouse

Size in Detail:

ClothType Size Clothes Length Waist Bust Sleeve Length Shoulder Width Color
cm inch cm inch cm inch cm inch cm inch
/ Average Size 62 24.18 41 15.99 46 17.94 55 21.45 36 14.04 N/A


  • Measured size refers to the followed measurement image
  • Because of measuring by hands,errors must have been existed, controlled from 1 to 5 cm
  • These dimensions are for reference only; specific dimension varies from person to person

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Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse


Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse

Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse

  • Lace cutout sleeves are jointing with the denim

Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse

Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse

  • Cute points is the new element of women blouse

Doclin Stylish Cutout Jointing Pointing Long Sleeve Lace & Denim Women Blouse

  • You can match any kind of trousers

How to Wash:

Lace is a traditional fabric that is still extremely popular for making window coverings, table linens and women's clothing. Such a wide variety of uses, along with the different types of yarns and threads that go into lace crafting, requires several different cleaning methods. Some very prized or delicate laces, such as that of vintage gloves or handkerchiefs, should never be washed.

•l Clean machine-made lace in a washing machine. Use the gentle cycle, mild laundry detergent and lukewarm water for cotton and linen lace to avoid shrinkage. Synthetic laces, in addition to mild washing, need a gentle spin and a cool down. You can help to avoid snagging, tangling or tearing by placing the lace items in a mesh laundry bag. Don't overload the size of the wash load and keep the wash cycle as short as possible. You can use a liquid fabric softener in the rinse cycle if you like

•l Treat machine made lace carefully when drying. If you didn't use liquid fabric softener in the wash, you can use a dryer sheet. Cotton and linen lace might shrink in a dryer, whereas polyester lace shouldn't have this problem. Again, it never hurts to err on the side of caution and air dry lace. Depending upon the weight and shape of the lace item, it can be dried flat on a drying rack or towel. Polyester lace curtains can be partially dried in a dryer and then placed back on the curtain rod to finish drying, although you might have to touch them up with an iron later

•l Launder delicate laces by hand. Fill a sink or basin with lukewarm water and a mild detergent. Swish the water to disperse the detergent throughout the water. Place the lace item in the water and allow it to soak for a few minutes. Gently pat the lace until clean; patting will press the soapy water through the fibers. Rinse thoroughly in lukewarm water. If you like, fill the basin or sink with lukewarm water and add a small amount of liquid fabric softener. Mix thoroughly and place the lace item in the water; allow the lace to soak for a few minutes. Lay the lace on a towel and place another on top; press to remove excess water. If the towel gets soaked, place the lace item in between two more towels and press. Continue until you have removed all excess water

•l Dry all delicate laces by air. Lay them flat on a dry towel or flat mesh drying rack. Gently arrange the lace into its proper shape. Keep an eye on the towel and replace it if it gets wet, as you don't want the lace or towel to mildew. If you are drying a lace doily and have non-rusting pins, you can pin the lace in its proper shape to air dry. Place the doily on a padded surface, like an ironing board, and arrange the lace into the shape that you want. Then gently insert a non-rusting pin through the lace and into the padded surface to hold the lace in place. You can also use balls made from wadded up waxed paper and insert under folds and curves of the doily to help hold the shape while drying. This will help prevent the edges of the lace from rollin

Jeans are very popular trousers 
Blue jeans, which are primarily made from cotton denim fabric, are part of most wardrobes today. Denim fabric was first woven in Nimes, France, and was introduced to the USA by Christopher Columbus. According to "A Dictionary of Textile Terms," this soft cloth was "first brought to America by Columbus...as the sails on the Santa Maria." The fabric, which was referred to as denim de Nimes, as well as Serge de Nimes, was generally used for heavier weight items, and later was introduced into the fashion industry.

•l  Sort laundry, putting all the jeans in one pile. Put any new jeans or work jeans that could have excess dirt or oil on them in a separate pile to be washed alone

•l  Wash new jeans, especially darker ones, alone the first few washes. The color can bleed at first and stain your other clothes. Turn darker-wash jeans inside out before washing them to help preserve the color

•l  Check settings for the appropriate water level and temperature. Jeans do well with cold or warm water. You can wash them on hot, but you run the risk of shrinking them

•l  Turn on the washer and add detergent to the running water

•l  Place your jeans in the washer. Be careful to not overfill the machine; there should enough space for the water and soap to thoroughly saturate and clean the jeans

•l  Remove jeans from the washer once they're finished and place them in the dryer. Check the lint trap before starting, and set to the middle temperature. If you're worried about jeans shrinking, air-dry them

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  • 1 x Women's Blouse