B Collection by Bobeau Cristy Pleat Back Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Women)
About B Collection by Bobeau Cristy Pleat Back Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. This B Collection by Bobeau Cristy Pleat Back shirt is richly dramatic, yet versatile enough to pair with jeans, skirts or leggings. It's made from a light, textured semi-sheer fabric embellished with pleats at the front and back, and finished with an allover floral print for on-trend style.
Specs about B Collection by Bobeau Cristy Pleat Back Shirt - Long Sleeve (For Women)
- Long sleeves
- Length: 28" (based on size medium)
- Fabric: 100% polyester
- Care: Hand wash, line dry
- Made in China
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Pretty.Verified Buyer Reviewed by Psuep from Oregon on Wednesday, July 11, 2018Back pleats are cute. Front is a 'faux' pleat- which keeps it from being overly billowy. It's sheer but not so sheer that I need to wear a cami. Very easy to wear and care for.
cute, practical work shirtVerified Buyer Reviewed by MNmama from Minnesota on Wednesday, May 16, 2018Nice cut and wrinkle-free fabric for a warm day. Pleats on the back are a nice detail.
Lovely fabric and blouseReviewed by just me from Western US on Saturday, April 14, 2018I like this blouse. It's semi-sheer fabric is opaque enough to be modest. The "pleats" on the front is actually just a seam up the center front, sewn wrong sides together so the (nicely hemmed) fabric edges are exposed right on the front, and fold back almost like a collar edge at the neck edge--you can see it if you look closely in the picture. The neck was a little low for me so I stitched it up a bit higher--easy to do the way the blouse is constructed, and it still pulls over my head. The back pleats are actual pleats, seven of them, 3/8" in width, right at the back neckline. The pleats are then stitched down with 5 separate horizontal lines of stitching at about 1 1/4" increments. The lowest one hits right where my broad shoulders needed some extra forward stretch room, so I carefully unpicked the lowest row of stitching. The roll-tab sleeves don't really work as "roll" sleeves because there is no actual cuff on this blouse (just a narrow hem) and the fabric is fluid enough that any attempt at rolling ends up more like bunching/ruching, which actually looks pretty decent when buttoned up with the tabs (which are only high enough up the sleeve to create a 3/4 sleeve length). The high-low hem is about 3 inches longer in the back than the front.
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