There's nothing like antique whites for a romantic summer look.
Antique, Edwardian white cotton blouse style top was probably originally a pyjama top. Decorated with hand embroidery and eyelet work, it makes a lovely blouse. It has a high neck and buttons beneath a placket at the back and has below elbow sleeves with scalloped, embroidered edges. There is a tie fixed at the back which would have been worn tied at the front. This is a homemade garment - 1910s.
Bust 81 cm (32"), worn full
Waist 63 cm max. if you want to tie the tie. Can go a bit larger if you wear it loose.
Sleeve 33 cm (13") from the underarm.
Length at the front 53 cm (21")
Length at the back 45.5 cm (18")
Fair. There is a collection of repairs. I disguised some holes on the back by adding to the embroidery. There is a darned patch at the front of the neckline and a patch at the back of the neck. There is a light yellowish mark on the front. It's starting to fray from the seam at one underarm.