Edwardian Lace Blazer
Wanting for Nothing.
There is something tantalizingly bourgeois going on here.
A little “lost” generation.
Clearly, you attended the finest finishing school, bumping elbows with names like Peabody, Rockefeller, and Vanderbilt.
You married into one of the wealthiest Northeastern families and yet it was still marrying down. Of course you left so-and-so the 3rd for the handsome professional boxer, causing quite the scandal.
Then you escaped to Paris. Spent time with the creative expatriates, running your own salon, shepherding art and poetry. There were a few torrid affairs, several unforgettable soirées that forced you to change your name.
If this is the “lost” generation, who on earth would want to be found.
Edwardian Lace Blazer (No. 5610). Highly aristocratic polyester lace blazer that reveals, ever so slightly, what you have going on underneath. Dramatic ruffled cuffs and point collar. Center back box pleat under yoke scallops. Blazer is cut longer in the back than front. Center front placket with pearlized dyed-to-match buttons. Small gathers at top of sleeve cap. Can be belted, worn with jeans, dressed up or down. Caresse Crosby approved.Imported.