The Ariella Blouse

“Don’t compromise yourself. You’re all you’ve got.” ~ Janis Joplin

OK so we admit it, we love the 70’s! Of course we adore many things about the subsequent decades, but there are aspects of this post-60’s turmoil, brown and orange shag carpets, large floppy hats, rumbling VW vans, long hair with middle parts, wood paneled houses, Karen Carpenter soundtrack decade that strikes a nostalgic chord in our hearts. The fashion of the time speaks to us, and we knew we had to jump on the current resurgence of the era with an entirely new style for our Evy’s Tree collections. Are you down with us?

Meet the Ariella Blouse; a delicate, light-weight, airy fabric that is the ultimate in vintage 70’s inspired pattern mixing and funky florals that epitomize the era. In classic 70’s fashion-forward bravado, the Ariella features three different yet complimentary, perfectly paired floral prints, a mandarine collar, shirring on the sleeves, front and back yoke and elastic at the wrist to create a feminine ruffle cuff. Named for Veronica’s sweet young daughter, the Ariella is a truly versatile top that is designed for multi-seasonal special occasion wear; it’s lovely alone or under the Zoe or Avery for extra statement. This cotton voile piece, a beautiful delicate custom imported modal fabric, is not only a ideal for keeping you cool during summer heat, but is absolutely groovy for your special lunch dates with your girls, a date night with your boogy-fever partner, or for when you want to show up for work with extra confidence in your chic outfit of the day.






Please refer to the listing on our website for exact body measurements.
Models are Helen Bystrova. For pictures on various people who are other heights and body shapes, please refer to our website Customer Photos page and/or our IG IRL (in real life) photo feed, @evystree_irl.
Professional photography by (@DASOphoto on Instagram). Hair/makeup is by Katie


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