Please refer to the measurements given in inches below, do not rely on the size as designers varyLuxurious, vintage 70's Guy Laroche Boutique stand collar, pussy bow stylized paisley print blouse.Pleated shoulder detail.A single button closure at bottom of sleeve.Super subtle and very sexy.Dead stock.Made in France.Background color is dark emerald green, ..hard to photograph.With purple and red print, and tone on tone green subtle dots.Soft and flowy.No fabric content tag that I can see.Marked size 36Underarm to underarm, 20 inches.Bust, 40 inches.Across the top, shoulder seam to shoulder seam, 15 inches.Back length, 29 inches.A bit of history.Guy Laroche (1923-1989) began as a milliner, first working in Paris, then in New York. He returned to Paris in 1949 and worked as an assistant at Jean Desses for about eight years. In 1957, he opened his own couture house, with the first show being staged in his own apartment. In 1960 he added a ready-to-wear boutique label. Laroche was known as a masterful cutter and tailor.Laroche died in 1989, and was succeeded in 1993 by Michel Klein, who designed ready-to-wear under his own label, while creating haute couture for the house of Laroche. He was followed by Alber Elbaz in 1997. From 2004 through 2006, the designer was Herve Leroux (previously known as Herve Leger). Today the designer at Laroche is Marcel Marongiu.Please note:The shipping cost is clearly stated, if you do not feel it is right please let me know before purchaseBy purchasing you agree to the shipping cost in the listing.If local pick ups: Buyer must advise me through eCRATER messaging, within 72 hours after making payment, of the shipper that will be picking up the item. 48 hours notice is required from the shipper to pick up the item.Pick up only Monday through Friday. The shipper must provide me with an acceptable to me time frame for the pick up 48 hours prior to pick up. International buyers please note the following information below.Import duties, taxes and charges are not included in the item price or shipping charges. These charges are the buyer's responsibility.Please check with your country's customs office to determine what these additional costs will be prior to looking/buying.These charges are normally collected by the delivering freight (shipping) company or when you pick the item up.Do not confuse them for additional shipping charges.