A nice blouse in crisp white can add a fresh look to many outfits. A good-fitting, flattering top stretches clothing dollars and updates our wardrobes.
A fresh white cotton shirt looks as good with jeans as with a business suit.
A touch of spandex ensures the top fits properly and is flattering for your body type.
Add a dash of Dacron to prevent wrinkles, and we may never have to iron it.
A tuxedo shirt with pretty pleats in front is a welcome addition to most any wardrobe. It dresses up the simplest twill pant or wool skirt.
A roomy poet shirt is another classic nice blouse worth adding to your closet. On warm days, it may be worn over tank tops and tees.
The shirts on this page focus on professional, plain and sporty looks. If you prefer something more classically feminine or dressy, check out these romantic blouses.
Long and three-quarter sleeve tops are ideal for air-conditioned building, cool climates, and women who prefer to cover their arms.
High necklines disguise aging skin and were favored by actress Candace Bergen in many of her later professional appearances.
Be sure your classic nice blouse fits properly.
Ten minutes in the dryer, then hanging a cotton blouse to dry - even 100% cotton without a wrinkle-resistant blend -- may save you many hours of ironing.
Artemis, the outdoor gal, is all about golf, tennis, boating, hiking, horses, and other athletic activities.
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A beautiful blouse in a quality fabric may be dressed up or down.
A shirt-style blouse in red satin or a bold print can liven up neutral skirts, slacks, and suits.
Wise Athena prefers fashions that stand the test of time and serve multiple purposes.
She looks for subtle details that make her classic wardrobe items stand out -- attractive buttons, a lace inset, or embroidery.
Her accessories tend to be contemporary classics that never-go-out-of-style.
Hestia blends femininity and practicality in the fashion archetype of the domestic diva.
Hestia was recycling before the word was invented.
Hestia looks for washable clothing that doesn't require a trip to the dry-cleaner and an extra cleaning bill.
Her passion for economizing is both her strength and downfall when it comes to clothes shopping: She may get the best buys. She also may wind up with a closet full of cheap clothes that do not fill all her needs or may not look polished.
Like Metis, Sophia looks for quality. She is never flashy. This fashion archetype: