Peasant-style blouses perfect to wear in warmer weather

Feminine peaseant blouses are back in fashion.
Feminine peaseant blouses are back in fashion.

THIS style is simply not going away.

In fact, some of the hottest designers such as Fleur Wood and Collette Dinnigan are currently putting their stamp on the classic peasant blouse.

Perhaps because they are so easy to wear, a peasant blouse can go with jeans, shorts or a skirt.

Most peasant blouses come in light soft cottons or soft flowing silk.

Most of these blouses come with long sleeves, so they are very practical for all times of the year.

The lovely loose shape of the peasant blouse is always going to be a cool top and the feminine embroidery detail is very much part of the charm of this fashion.

Here are a few examples of peasant blouses available locally in the shops.

Vintage peasant tops are also plentiful at markets locally and online on the websites eBay and etsy.


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