Asymmetric Knit Dress
If You Please.
It’s “curtsy” or “curtesy.”
It’s okay. It’s unpracticed these days. But if you come across the royal family in your travels then you must, if tradition holds any weight for you, curtsy.
Short of that, especially in America, the curtsy is a thing of the past.
I like the way you’re thinking.
Yes, the peculiar woman who likes to curtsy. But not all the time, no, only some of the time. Actually, very rarely. Only when she’s wearing that striking teal dress. You know, the one with the darling asymmetrical hem that just begs to be flaunted? Yes, that one.
She walks with such gusto too, swinging her arms and hips the way her mother taught her. She throws her head back under the subtle brim of an Italian straw hat and then, inexplicably, delightfully, she does it…
The Asymmetric Knit Dress (No. 5327). A rayon, poly, and spandex-blend stretch knit. Pullover dress, falls at knee length. Substantial drape. Scoop neckline and bra keepers. Asymmetric sweep with raw edge bottom hem. Imported.