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1920s Flutter Sleeve Blouse
1920s Flutter Sleeve Blouse
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1920s Flutter Sleeve Blouse

No. 5597

$139

COLOR: Red

SIZE:
20 8 12 22
DETAILS & MEASUREMENTS
  • Fabric Content: 93% Silk 7% Spandex
  • Care Instructions: Dry Clean Only.
Women (Body Measurements)
Size Bust Waist Hips
XXS 0 32 24 1/2 34 1/2
XS 2 33 25 1/2 35 1/2
4 34 26 1/2 36 1/2
SML 6 35 27 1/2 37 1/2
8 36 28 1/2 38 1/2
MED 10 37 29 1/2 39 1/2
12 38 1/2 31 41
LG 14 40 32 1/2 42 1/2
16 41 1/2 34 44
XL 18 43 1/2 36 46
20 45 1/2 38 48
XXL 22 47 1/2 40 50
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STORY

Sank Roo Doe Noo.

“Those pants, darling. That top. You simply must show Gabrielle.”

This was the first place where women’s wide-legged sailor pants hit the streets, flaunting female empowerment, room to move, and a delicious take on men’s fashion that, per usual, looked entirely superior on the female form.

In Paris in the 1920s, when everything was much better than anything is now, although that is a sentiment that the nostalgia’d intelligentsia voices regularly, there was an establishment where everything was actually better—the patrons, the fashion, even the cocktails (some say this is where the Bloody Mary and the French 57 were invented). It was a transplant from New York City, literally—broken down to the studs and shipped left bank adjacent. It’s still there, although I can’t say it’s quite as good because back then…

Gabrielle is schmoozing with Bogey over brunch.

Then there’s you.

And the room goes quiet.

1920s Flutter Sleeve Blouse (No. 5597). A demure compliment to your show-stopping pants. Luscious Chinese silk with a little spandex for stretch. V-neckline. Delicate flutter sleeve will charm their pants off. You’ve been thinking about getting a new blouse for those new jeans, new skirt, new sailor pants, etc. Think no more. Imported.

Pairs well with The 1920s Wide-Legged Sailor Pants (No. 5608).

 

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