There's nothing like the feel of silk against your skin. Silk says luxury like no other and conveys your style savvy in an instant. No impostors here.
We love contrasting masculine and feminine. Here we feature our feminine essential shirt in borrowed-from-the-boys classic baby blue silk. They can keep the stiff oxford cloth.
This split-neck, button front shirt has cuffs that can be worn rolled up or down. Perfect for wearing untucked with denim and booties or tucked into suiting.
A sophisticated piece with visual interest from the contrasting textures of the silky placket and cuffs against the matte body. A covered placket gives a clean, modern look.
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Tailored fit skims over curves for DD - JJ+. Our superior quality silk drapes gorgeously to give you shape without being clingy or see-through.
This shirt has a generous fit vs our size chart! Find your best fit with our SIZE CHART. Unless you're quite full through the midsection, order a size down.
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Made in a luxurious season-spanning high quality, 19 momme (weight) silk charmeuse with a hint of stretch.
[95% silk, 5% spandex]
Even better, it’s hand-washable in cold water. Hang to dry and iron as needed. Dry-cleaning optional.
Darlene from Hourglassy reviews her experience with the Small & XS sizes here
Patsy (40H) from Hourglassy reviews her experience with the XL here.
Lishan from Reasonably Presentable reviews her experience with the M here.Customer L.W. (32H) says: "I'm ecstatic to finally own a button-down blouse! I'd given up looking years ago, for all the obvious reasons ... well, you know. I'm happy to be a Front Room "Small". My dress size is 10 or 12. I'm an hourglass for sure, so can't say my boobs are my only "round" part, but my fit issues are ALWAYS the chest. Your sizing chart on the web is bang-on: I measured myself before I went into Studio Intent and it said I was S, and the pieces I bought were indeed S. I don't know why women don't trust their measuring tapes. I think a lot of us get it in our heads that we're a certain size, and we won't consider anything else even when the evidence says otherwise."