Such a gorgeous print, the very essence of summer--in England. Orange and yellow overblown roses with green leaves are splashed on a white ground, in a very fine silk chiffon. It's very beautifully made, with a perma-drape at the neck and a tie at the side that can be arranged a few different ways. The elbow length sleeves are gathered on elastic, and the hem is fairly short and also gathered. It's about a size 4.
STORY: Remember Tuleh? Late-nineties, Bryan Bradley was the designer, and where is he now? Their clothes were practically couture quality. I have a bunch of Tulehs, but this blouse is a bit on the snug side, and honestly I'm not really a drape neck girl. This makes me look like a floral tribute at a Mafia funeral.
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