Vintage Silk Blouse Rose Floral Pattern Frank Oujezdsky Haute Couture 1960s
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This is a beautiful quality silk blouse made by Montreal couturier Frank Oujezdsky. Oujesdsky catered to Montreal socialites and is also noted for having made dresses for Gerda Munsinger, the central character in a Canadian spy and sex scandal involving government ministers during the early 1960s.
This blouse dates to the 1960s and is printed with a very pretty pink and red rose floral pattern against an off-white background. It has padded shoulders and a banded waist with matching belt that has a pink rhinestone buckle. Using the belt is optional. The bodice is gathered in tuck pleats down both the front and back, and the blouse has a small rounded collar and long sleeves, full cut with gathered tuck pleats at the five button cuff, which extends to a ruffled end. It does up with sixteen matching covered buttons down the front and a hook and loop at the neck. The bottom of the blouse has a peplum.
Label: Haute Couture Frank Oujezdsky
This will fit a medium size, but please rely on the following measurements for fit:
Shoulders: 13” across from shoulder/sleeve seam to shoulder/sleeve seam, 15 1/2” across including the shoulder pads in the sleeve cap
Sleeves: 25” from the shoulder pad
Bust: 37” around
Waist: 30” around
Length: 22”, measured flat
Condition: This is in excellent condition with no wear, tear, staining or odor, This blouse looks to have seen little use and was well cared for over the years.
This is a beautifully made blouse - it’s obvious that Oujezdsky was a vey talented couturier. Just look at all of the detailing in this piece, even the buttons! Quality silk fabric, striking rose floral print!