This timeless design offers two striking looks with versatility for your wardrobe. The star of the show is the vintage fabric that is over 30 years old. It started it's first life as a Kimono. Reimagined for you with a flattering princess seamed silhouette this one of a kind garment looks great styled with jeans as it does with a silk dress for evening. At the neck line are three pleats that open below the shoulder line. The center back has a box pleat detail for shape and interest. This can be a worn over a slip dress as a little wrap with a tied belt front to show off your curves. When you want to change it up, pull the self fabric sash through to the inside, and it becomes a sculpted A-Line vest with a clean front. Lining is a sumptuous silk charmeuse.
Shell Fabric - 100% Silk and Lacquer jacquard. The Japanese lacquer is called Urushi and comes from the tree Rhus vernicifera. The lacquer is applied to paper and cut into strips that are twisted with the silk. Fabric is from the Kyoto Prefecture in Japan.
Lining - 100% Silk Charmuese in Black.