I'm standing very straight. It must be because I'm in uniform.
Loving the minnie pant with heels and a tunic lately.
Kicked up a notch here with subtle pattern mixing.
This is the popover tunic in lifesaver print. The fabric was also used for a dress but I didn't think the below-knee length was good for my shrimpy height so I decided on the tunic. Which can often be a dress on me. As you can see, it's appropriate tunic length so I don't know how it would be for someone taller, even though the description says "a generous length."
I do agree with "sumptuous" and "deliciously drapey" as descriptors
for the 100% silk material. It feels rich and luxurious.
The "signature print" is wonderful and interesting like an abstract painting.
It's intricate enough to not easily see where and how the pattern repeats.
And if you're stranded someplace, you can use it like a puzzle to pass the time. Or use it as a conversation starter by testing people's perception whether they see the lifesavers. Or four-petal flowers.
As much as I like the look of popovers, I hate the struggle to change out of it.
I came this close to getting stuck and calling out, "help!"
P.S. You'd think lifesavers would be a nautical theme but
the dark color is black, not navy blue.