Superbright red 1970s blouse in polyester has a mandarin collar and an extravagant lace-edged ruffle/jabot. More of the lace is on the cuff, which hangs low because the elastic at the wrists has lost its stretch. I like that long-arm look. Also it is a nice short length, good for wearing out (sorry no pic of that. See measurements and imagine..). It's size M, made-- by RIO!-- in U.S.A., complete with Union label.
Measurements: bust 38", shoulder 15", length 22", sleeve 24"
STORY: I have another similar blouse, so I decided I only need one red jabot blouse.
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