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Poppy Cardi
Lisa Says Gah

Regular price $81
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*Sizing note: runs boxy and oversized. Size down for a more fitted look.
💋 Bisou is here! The latest Lisa Says Gah Collection, intentionally designed to make every single body feel really good in their own skin. Designed and made in LA.

Bisou Bisou! Adorable cardigan with charming florals and ribbons printed on cozy pointelle fabric, topped off with a whimsical lettuce hem. 💐🎀 (It's like a bouquet you can wear!)


Adorable cropped cardigan with adorable floral and ribbon print on comfy pointelle fabric, and finished off with a lettuce hem. 

50% Cotton 50% Polyester

, fabrics made in Los Angeles
Designed and made in Los Angeles
Machine wash cold, tumble dry low

Jackie and Louise wear a size S, Libby wears a size XL

Size Guide

Product Measurements:
We measure every item by hand to ensure the best fit.

Size Bust Total Length Sleeve Length
XS 30" 18" 22"
S 32" 18.5" 22.5"
M 34" 19" 23.5"
L 37" 19.5" 23.75"
XL 44" 20" 24"
2XL 46" 22.5" 25"
3XL 48" 23" 25.5"


We’re a San Francisco and LA-based women-run brand dreaming up vintage-inspired pieces with a minimalist's take on an eclectic aesthetic that's equal parts fresh and feminine, made ethically by factories we trust.


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Laurel L. (La Crosse, US)
Size: XL
Size Ordered: 2X
Runs Small
Runs Large
BOTTOM LINE: No - I would not recommend this to a friend
Cute but there are a few issues

This is really adorable. However, the description states that this is boxy and runs big/oversized but I ordered 2 sizes up and it was still small. I could have gone 3 sizes up. Also, when I took it out of the package, 1 of the buttons immediately fell off and there is another one dangling by a thread. Needs more quality control. But it is cute and I don’t want to pay the $10 dollar restocking fee. However, not sure I will be ordering again. This ain’t the first quality control issue I have run across.