Eva Blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury

I am a great fan of the Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury. This is perhaps my most worn blouse since last year. Particularly, I like that it is a bow tie blouse. That’s why I’ve got it in two colours, creme and navy.

I believe this blouse is an awesome wardrobe staple. What is more, you don’t even have to be a vintage lady to wear this lovely blouse since it is so timeless. I love the wide puffy sleeves and the pretty smock stitching detail. To me, this is the perfect vintage inspired blouse!

Anyways, perhaps you’ve already read my post about the Lisa-Mae dress which is also a great retro staple in my wardrobe.

Styling the Eva Blouse

Today, I’d like to present a few fresh spring outfits with the Eva blouse. Hence, firstly I love to combine this creme-coloured blouse with a beige pencil skirt and a true vintage belt like in the picture below.

Styling the Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury

Styling the Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury

I think this is a perfect neutral spring outfit. What is more, I also like to wear this outfit with a classic brown coat on chilly spring days.

Vintage inspired spring outfit

Vintage inspired spring outfit

Of course, a black blazer always goes with this blouse and skirt as well. I guess a black fedora hat just adds a certain something to this outfit, no?

Creme-coloured Eva blouse and black blazer

Creme-coloured Eva blouse and black blazer

Eva Blouse and Tartan

I haven’t worn the navy blouse as often as the creme-coloured one to be honest. However, I feel that it is a great combo to wear it with a light-coloured cardigan like this one by Voodoo Vixen. For bottoms I suggest wearing a red tartan skirt or pants. I really love to combine red and blue since complementary colours always go nicely together.

Sirinya wearing tartan skirt by Laura Ashley and The Seamstress of Bloomsbury blouse (photo @Fotogist)

Sirinya wearing tartan skirt by Laura Ashley and The Seamstress of Bloomsbury blouse

Do you prefer vintage reproduction or thrifted fashion? I think my wardrobe predominantly consists of thrifted items. I am very happy with thrifted fashion though. For instance, I’ve also got the red tartan Laura Ashley skirt secondhand at an Oxfam shop last year. Thus, I can’t wait for the thrift shops to open again!

Sirinya Vintage Portrait (photo @Fotogist)

Sirinya Vintage wearing navy Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury

In a nutshell, I find the Eva blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury a very versatile and chic piece. This vintage inspired blouse can be combined in numerous ways. Of course, I could come up with endless combos! How do you like to style a timeless blouse? Let me know in the comments below.

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Hi there! My name is Sirinya. I'm a passionate vintage blogger and I love to share with you my vintage fashion inspirations. I've started my journey into vintage about a year ago and I am still in the process of building a vintage inspired wardrobe. I also share a lot of style inspo on Instagram.

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4 Responses

  1. April 24, 2021

    […] a red cardigan or a red coat. I am a great fan of mixing statement colours! You may also like the Eva blouse by the way. Just let me know in the comments what you […]

  2. April 30, 2021

    […] tartan. That’s why I also have two skirts in this style. Perhaps you’ve seen my recent post about the Eva blouse? There I am wearing a red tartan skirt by Laura […]

  3. May 7, 2021

    […] I am wearing my lovely Eva blouse in creme and a swing black and white polkadot skirt. I really love this combo. Particularly, I am […]

  4. May 21, 2021

    […] Personally, I very much prefer red tartan because I love to combine it with blue and yellow. In the pictures above I am wearing plaid 50s style cigarette pants by Hell Bunny. I also own a few red tartan skirts. Perhaps you have already seen that one by Laura Ashley? I have been wearing it in my post about the popular Eva Blouse by The Seamstress of Bloomsbury. […]

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