Ruffle Neck Blouse
M. Poirot Approves.
“Mademoiselle, you couldn’t have been there in the time period in question, because a woman who wears the blouse you wore that evening, and is still wearing it right now, proves you adore the perennial flower shrub or vine of the genus Rosa, within, I might add, the family Rosaceae, and could never have trampled over the dormant blooms in the rose garden on the way to the tool shed, where the grisly crime was committed.”
“But, Monsieur Poirot, what if I had thrown you off the scent by intentionally calling attention to my love for roses?”
“Ah, but you didn’t.”
So is wearing this Ruffle Neck Blouse (No. 5519). For the whirl of the season, which you might create all by yourself. Taffeta construction. Self-fabric rosettes flowing into ruffles. Six covered-buttons down the front. Straight hem.
Absolutely triumphant with a velvet skirt. Imported.