My first hooded garment ever! This raglan-sleeved pullover is fun and comfortable. Long sleeves, swing-cut with yoke and deep pleat in the back. Double-sided pocket in front. Solid heavy/mid-weight linen. Pink Elephant print pockets on Kale and Orchid Linen while supplies last. $135
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Kimono styling is what I had in mind for this tunic and its matching dress designs. The lapped collar goes into a high bust seam, with deep pleats falling from the shoulder to the bust point and at the center back. The sleeves are three-quarter length and slightly full. The lower portion is cut on the bias, falling to just below the hip. $125
The Harvest Tunic was so popular I decided to use the same wide body shape, but give the peplum a slightly different angle. The Uptown’s peplum is high in the front and low in the back, coming to two mitered points at the side back. Three-quarter length dolman sleeves, and V-neck collar stitched in multiple rows. Best in heavyweight linens, lightweights fine as well. $135
This sporty men's shirt is loaded with retro styling. Most notably the stripes, which are actual vintage fabrics set pleated into the front to form a high pocket on the right side and a low pocket on the left. The combination collar is the same vintage fabric. Short sleeves, short hem, and four buttons complete the look. Vintage prints come and go too quickly, so please inquire. $125
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Retro styling makes this blouse everyone's favorite, in linen for the day or silk dupioni for evening. Darts in front and back for great fit, flattering scalloped hem, tapered three-quarter sleeves, and four pearl buttons. The collar can turn up or roll down. Available in Linen ($125) and Silk Doupionni ($155).
Bing Bang Boomerang, tops and What's New