Help dating 1970s (?) blouse

Discussion in 'PUBLIC Vintage Fashion Q & A' started by 196t's, Dec 26, 2018.

  1. 196t's

    196t's Registered Guest

    Good morning/afternoon/night,

    How was Christmas, everyone? Hope it went well for all.
    I bought this lashing blouse (if that's what it's called; correct me if I'm wrong) in a local charity. It has this very aged tag with the designer’s name and the name of my city. I couldn't get any info on her searching the web, but my hunch is that this piece dates back to the 70s. Am I correct? Thanks for any help.
    - J.P.​

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  2. Metro Retro Vintage

    Metro Retro Vintage Trade Member

  3. amandainvermont

    amandainvermont Trade Member

    Pretty - looks like poppies, which I love. And the label looks expensive! I'd guess 70s just because of the style.
     
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  4. morning-glorious

    morning-glorious Trade Member

    I'm going to go out on a limb and say it could also be from the 40s. The label and fabric look older to me and it could have been a tie front top that went with shorts or capris?
     
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  5. 196t's

    196t's Registered Guest

    It was my second thought!
     
  6. Jonathan

    Jonathan Trade Member

    Never heard of the term lashing blouse - I would call it a tie-front bolero top.
     
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  7. 196t's

    196t's Registered Guest

    Haha, thanks! Translations are always flimsy.
     
  8. Flannery Crane

    Flannery Crane Trade Member

    love it
     
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