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Of all our basics we feel best in long-sleeved tops. Women's long-sleeved tops are casual, relaxed and uncomplicated. With long-sleeved tops we can vary our style in any way we like: a sophisticated slub-jersey with stretch jeggings, a feminine viscose long-sleeved top with dark denim or a stylish print long-sleeved top with coloured Chinos. The various styles, shapes and patterns make for an infinite number of combinations and give all of our outfits an individual flair for any occasion.
At the crack of dawn one bright and sunny Saturday morning there's a ring on the bell. You open the door to find your best friend on the doorstep dressed in a green long-sleeved top with sequins and holding up a bag of fresh bread rolls. You greet one another with a hug and immediately take your places at the breakfast table. You're already looking forward to later in the morning. A good friend of yours is getting back from a lengthy business-related stay in Asia – it goes without saying that you'll be at the airport to meet her with a bunch of flowers. While you're reinforcing yourself with jam rolls, croissants with butter and juicy oranges, you suddenly receive a text message. Your friend will be landing a bit earlier than originally planned. So, after a final quick swig of invigorating coffee, you set off immediately. Before you get to the airport you make a quick stop at the florist on the corner. This little shop is a real insider gem; inside the shop customers are greeted by a wonderful leafy, blossoming ocean of colour. The friendly shop assistant, in her long-sleeved cotton top, recommends a bunch of mildly fragrant, yellow tulips. A bit later you're waiting in the huge arrivals lounge dressed in a casual rib-shirt, a pair of boyfriend jeans and a home-made sign. The sign contains a friendly greeting in fake-Chinese calligraphy. As your friend's flight number gradually gets to the top on the arrivals screen, your friend pulls out her smartphone to search for a Chinese dictionary.
Among peels of laughter you practice the appropriate greetings. But your rehearsals are suddenly interrupted as your friends spots you in the crowd. She comes towards you in a mottled long-sleeved shirt and a pair of light coloured Chinos. But your joy at the reunion makes you forget all the new vocabulary you've just been practising. In the car on the way home she's already swamping you with tales of her various experiences. You can hardly wait to hear even more exciting anecdotes at dinner. But before you all meet up at your favourite Italian restaurant you drive your friend home so that she can freshen up. That evening you arrive at the restaurant dressed in a feminine viscose shirt and a pair of skinny jeans. Due to the pleasantly mild temperature you opt for an outside table idyllically positioned between tropical plants out the back. To look at her you would never guess your friend had been flying for half the day; in a long-sleeved top with a stylish print pattern and in a great mood she joins you at the table and immediately starts telling you about all the Asian delicacies she's been able to try in the past few months. The evening seems to go by in a flash – just as you dig in to the panna cotta at the end of the meal your friend finally starts feeling the effects of jet lag. As you all say your goodbyes you've got one final surprise up your sleeve: you wish her a good night and a restful sleep – but of course – in Chinese.