The colorful genus of flowers known as lily of the Incas was the inspiration for the hand-embroidered design of this organic cotton blouse. Peruvian artisans hand-stitch a handful of petite flowers along with a wealth of soutache embroidery and crochet lace details at the bust and cuffs. Button-and-loop closures and a V-neck collar, along with comfortable stretch-knit vertical side panels, make this blouse perfect for work or weekends.
Hand-embroidered in Peru. 100% organic cotton. Women’s sizes S (4-6), M (8-10), L (12-14), XL (16-18).
I love this blouse. Based on other reviews that said it's tight through the bustline, I bought it in a larger size - which turned out to be too big, so I had...Read complete review
I love this blouse. Based on other reviews that said it's tight through the bustline, I bought it in a larger size - which turned out to be too big, so I had to exchange it for the next size down. Go with your usual blouse/shirt size & you should be fine. It is somewhat fitted but not tight. The embroidery & lace trim are gorgeous. Versatile style - wearable with jeans, dressier slacks or a skirt, perfect for dates, parties or office casual. The 100% cotton is soft but sturdy. Machine washable (NOT in hot water) but you'll probably need to iron out a few wrinkles. My new favorite shirt!
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I had to return the shirt because of size too small although another shirt I ordered at the same size fit well. Was dismayed to have to pay return postage for an exchange. Will...Read complete review
I had to return the shirt because of size too small although another shirt I ordered at the same size fit well. Was dismayed to have to pay return postage for an exchange. Will be further dismayed if I have to pay to have the larger size shipped.
The embroidered design of this lightweight blouse is
inspired by the curving petals of the glory lily, a beautiful but poisonous bloom that is the state flower of Tamil Nadu in southernmost India. Sheer lace detailing at shoulders and waist. ...
When Spanish explorers reached the Inca Empire in
the 16th century, they thought they had come to the end of the earth. In fact, they had stumbled into a culture much more like their own than they realized. The Inca ...
The South American Alstroemeria is a genus of
brightly colored flowers known as the lily of the Incas. Popular in floral arrangements, the 120-some members of the Alstroemeria family have an interesting trait in that their leaves are upside-downthat is, ...