What's this in my inbox? An invitation (that were it a physical card, I imagine it would be expensive, handmade paper with gold embossed lettering and a deep wine-colored wax seal) with my name on it? Could this possibly have something to do with the gorgeous new top that I just ordered from the Red Dress Boutique? No ... a simple blouse couldn't really be capable of getting my name on some fancy guest list when I'm the new kid in town, could it? I suppose I'll never really know for sure now. We just moved here and I was so down in the dumps that I didn't even feel like going out after work to shop, so I only shopped online, and while I did, I said a little prayer that the party I overheard some people talking about at work would somehow include me (even though I literally don't know a soul in the department where the girls work who are throwing it). And suddenly, two days after my top arrives, I get a notification that reads, "You've Been Invited." What's a gal left to think? Magic? Or just really good fashion sense? Of course, it could have something to do with the hostess' cute younger brother stopping by my desk on his way to meet her and seeing the top as I put it in my digital cart. He apparently meant it when he said he thought I would look hot in it. Yeah, now that I think about it, that makes the most sense.
But it could be magic. Just saying. Stranger things have happened in smaller towns than this. I'm not ruling anything out. I am, however, definitely wearing this top to the party. Long sleeve blouse has a round neckline and a double button closure that forms a key hole at the back of the neck. Features a front side lining and ruffled arms. Model is wearing a small.
Hand Wash Cold
Made in the USA