This white blouse is so pretty. It will be great with jeans for a night out or worn with a black skirt for a dressier occasion. Either way, you cannot go wrong with this one!
This vintage blouse is made of a white satin-type material (polyester, I believe), white lace, and pearlescent white buttons. The neckline is detailed with tiny diagonal pintucks that are trimmed with white lace and white lace ruffles. There are three tiny pearlescent buttons in the center of the detail. The back of the blouse closes with five semi-transparent buttons. There are two darts, one on each side just above the waistline, on the front and the back of this blouse. The bottom hem is only trimmed with a single stitched line (has a raw edge below the stitching). There are no labels.
Condition: Very Good. The right sleeve (when wearing it) has a .5″ opening where the stitching has come undone. It is on the bottom side and is along the hem. This can easily be restitched.
Neck: 17.5″ around
Sleeves: 6.5″ with a 2″ inseam
Length: 18.5″ from the front center of the neck to the waist hemline.
All measurements were taken with the blouse laying flat.