French. Fringe. Fashion is what inspired the “Grace” suit. Named for International Royal and iconic actress- Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco, the “Grace” is one of elegance and sophistication along with playful details.
I had the pleasure of visiting her Gardens in the South of France and was enamored by its beauty, all of the lush florals as well as greenery and so I created a look inspired by her signature “green” color.
This piece is made of a smooth to the touch velvet and accented with fringe details along the arms as well as at the hem of the skirt. The richness of the green is a nod to the wealth of this woman not from money but from legacy.
It is lined with our signature genuine leopard print Italian silk and open back vent.
The “Grace” can be customized in other colors if preferred. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Please allow 4-6 weeks for completion and delivery.
*PLEASE NOTE* ALL custom orders require measurements. Please refer to our SIZE CHART and complete the measurement form.
|Dimensions||40 × 18 in|
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Chest/Bust : Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of the your chest.
Waist : Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Hips: Measure the widest part of your hips with your legs closed and together
Collar to Shoulder: Measure from where your collarbone ends and shoulder begins
Shoulder to Sleeve: Measure from the edge of your shoulder to the bottom of your sleeve where you want blazer to end- typically to your wrist
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Upper Arm Width: Measure the width of the largest part of the top portion of your arm
Forearm Width: Measure the width of the largest part of the lower part of your arm
Front Length: Stand up straight and measure from your collarbone straight down in front of you to where you want your blazer to stop
Arms/Sleeveshole width: Measure the width of your arm pit around your shoulder in a full circle