The blouse in a big come-back!!!.

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Submitted: May 09, 2008

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The blouse in a big come-back!!!.

Written by BELLO OYEBOLA JEMILAT

In the last few years, the vintage retro gowns and dresses of the thirties, forties, sixties and seventies have been celebrated with so much galore. From the girlish-girly dresses to the puffed stuff and the long Grace Egbagbe! ultra-feminine styles, the dress has really occupied the in-style fashion front, as both young and old women parade their lovely styles for every occasion therefore almost forgettig the blouse.

 So, in protest, the blouse is screaming and making a big come-back in bold and colourful styles never seen before.

The vintage pretty blouses are back, supermodel and TV presenter Tyra Banks and our own Funmi Iyanda makes all the statement in thier lovely bow-collared blouse tucked neatly in a basic black skirt, in a prim and proper mode. they are definitely  the centre of attention in their looks. So also stars at the recently held Sound City Music Video and the AAMA awards.

Full of colour and style, the new blouses  comes with details- pussy bows, care-free ruffles that frame the face, waistbands, pleats and more. The all so feminine details are also found in the cuffs sleeves, collars and hems and necklines such as the kimono style blouses, mandarin collars retro boho, shirts and tunics that make one to rfememberf the sixties and seventies .

Accentuated with busy sexy skirts or splashed over denim, these blouses are so chic and versatile. Depending on the style .They can be worn for work or play, for the prim and proper or the laid-back look.

Accompany it with a beautiful handbag or clutch and release that feminine beauty in you when going to that dinner, awards and any party.


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