Seller: Nordstrom by Topshop
Fashion Blog :: http://www.wendyslookbook.com Hi everyone! We're playing with a classic item today... the white blouse! It is a timeless and versatile piece.
Ingenious ideas for styling this wardrobe staple. White shirts are a classic—they can be dressed up or down, be worn fitted, cropped, or tight, with skirts or jeans, or just on their own, if you're feeling daring! The Art of the White Shirt is a fun, inspirational book on how to make the most of your white tees, blouses, or shirts. Dress it up with some boyfriend jeans, a statement necklace, and a sexy pair of stilettos, or wear it casually with a pair of culottes and your favorite sneakers....
Examines the experience of the pioneer women clerks, effects of changing office technology and administration, growth of commercial and secondary education for girls. Available from St. Martins Press. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Color sketch of Lucie Arnaz. Dress: royal blue (with a purple splotch), tent-style (knee-length, extended shoulder, lowered jewel neck). Blouse: white, French cuffs on bishop sleeves, tailored collar. White tights? Yellow and blue scarf tied as four-in-hand. Black shoes. Verso (not scanned): "AND""465-2035""6442" in pencil. Four holes punched in left side of paper. Sketch by Edward Stevenson.
Color rendering of Irene Dunne in I Remember Mama. Skirt: brown, full-length, waistband, pleated side panels. Blouse: white patterned calico, ruffled cape collar with high neck, black bow tie, full long sleeves. Upper left corner: "Irene Dunne - Mama - Graduation Sequence" in pencil. Rendering signed by Edward Stevenson.