Like its namesake, Zelda Fitzgerald, this top has an exhibitionist side. Revealed seams show off the architecture of the garment, while the asymmetric halter highlights your shoulders. Bi-color option shows peeks of secondary color. Has stretch. Cut edges. Machine washable. Shown here with the Glenda skirt and Toldo horn bangles, and the Elsie skirt.

Measurements are in inches.

Use a cloth tape measure and order the size that corresponds to your largest body measurement. Need to make alterations? M2057 are incredibly easy to alter—check out our list of suggested tailors
High tech textiles with Old World quality: Our signature "Form" Italian stretch heavy-weight fabric is perfect for architectural designs, keeping its shape while still maintaining an incredible softness.

72% Nylon / 28% Elastic

Machine wash cold on gentle cycle. Hang to dry. Do not bleach or iron. Steam if needed. Alternately, garment can be dry cleaned.

Made in USA.
Maria's Styling Notes
Show off those shoulders! The embellishment of this halter is created by revealing the seam allowances that are normally turned inward. It's a chic little top in black, but I love how striking the contrasting colors are in the bi-color option, which helps create the surface pattern. Dress it up for a cocktail party or down for a picnic! It has a vibrant, swingy look with the Elsie skirt, but this top is also perfect with jeans or a maxi skirt and flats.

The inspiration for the new collection is a merging of ideas held together by a woman living in the 1920's. She is strong yet feminine, intellectual and creative. Can't you just picture Zelda Fitzgerald flitting around in this halter with F. Scott, breaking hearts wherever she goes?

Want the real feel of M2057? Visit our Style Studio to shop the collection in person!


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