The Ruffle Blouse
Men do not know what women want. We barely know what you like, mostly because we do not like the same things you like. This was not always the case.
Before the male genetic code went parabolic on emasculation suppression and created the macho buffoon, we loved the ruffle just as much as thee. 300 years ago we might borrow this blouse and wear it under our frock coat. In fact, some might say we rocked the ruffle even better (to be discussed later).
You’re already exuding plenty of charisma in this soft cotton voile pullover, so dole out your charm and titles with discretion.
The ruffle, this most feminine of all flare, in the end, must have been too much for men to handle. Let me tell you, it still is.
The Ruffle Blouse (No. 5418). Relaxed pullover-style blouse in 100% lightweight cotton voile. V-neckline with band collar that stops halfway down neckline. Three self-fabric ruffles at each side from shoulder to center front sweep. French seam finishes, bust darts, adjustable shell buttons at sleeve cuff. Body is lined in cotton cambric. Made in India.