1950s | Blouses

Swiss Dot Peasant Blouse

June 29, 2013

Swiss Dot Peasant Blouse

I recently made this black Swiss Dot peasant blouse from vintage pattern Butterick 9768. This is the first of many that I am planning on making this summer. The pattern is easy to whip up and looks great with a variety of outfits. I bought the pattern on Etsy and in a size 14 which is perfect for my modern size 6 or Medium.


Swiss Dot Peasant Blouse Outfit

A true Summer staple!  For outfit details visit my blog post on this project on my blog; Bobbins And Bombshells.

Butterick 9768

 I’m looking forward to several of these blouses in my wardrobe!




  1. Your outfit is darling, from the top of your head to the end of your toes! I love the necklace and the combination of red, black, and white. Whether or not you made the skirt, too, I love the lace. The cute vintage purse, the sunglasses, all of it together shows you certainly have the look figured out!

  2. Black Swiss dot is a brilliant choice for this blouse because it’s charming, yet neutralizes the twee sweetness peasant blouses can suffer from. And your accessorizing is spot-on. Way to rock a wardrobe staple!

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