Thursday, July 15, 2021

Mad for Madras and Major Lele Sadoughi Sale

Craftsmenship and quality is hard to find these days as most clothing items are mass produced at a rapid fire pace. A well constructed, timeless piece in your wardrobe is something to treasure. So when I saw this sewn madras blouse, I knew that I needed it in my life. Each madras square is carefully stitched to create the beautiful blouse. The ruffled collar and mother of pearl buttons add interest, too. At first, I wondered how I would feel about the puffy sleeves, but it's perfection in every way. It's a boho chic style that works in 1971 or 2021, and will always be in style. 

The fit seems to be very generous. I'm wearing a size 36, which is an XS, and it is very roomy, both in the shoulders and at the hip. 

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Paired with white jeans and a few key accessories like wooden bangles, this madras patchwork blouse makes a statement. The beautiful plaid includes almost every hue imaginable, but I chose to pair it with one of my favorite Lele Sadoughi headbands, pink belt, and navy clogs. I bought the belt at the Gucci outlet in Clarksburg Outlets before the pandemic, but sadly, the store closed. 

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As an aside, I found an incredible deal on some Lele Sadoughi favorites that I had to share with you ASAP before they're gone. The velvet bow is $18 and the headband is $37, originally $150. The beads are hand sewn and the quality is incredible. The headband is comfortable to wear all day; I forget that I'm wearing a headband some days. 

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Have an amazing day!

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