The Pilvi shirt is made of cotton poplin in the Jokeri pattern. The shirt has a concealed zipper in the back neckline. The shirt is longer in the back than in the front and it has a rounded hemline with side slits. The A-line shirt has a slim fit.
The non-figurative Jokeri (joker) dates back to the time when influences from contemporary youth culture were perhaps most strongly evident in Annika Rimala’s rhythmic patterns.