Black Cotton and Lace
Homestead Lace Blouse
Homestead Lace Blouse in black.
With a nod to the enduring style of Brigitte Bardot in Shalako 1968, this vintage style blouse evokes the strong yet feminine style of frontier women. This blouse is sleeveless with a round neck, the yoke is exquisite fine silk mesh with an overlay of fine Japanese lace. Button features at back, elasticated on hips, black grosgrain bow at neckline. Can be layered with blazer for cooler weather.
- Main 100% Cotton, silk mesh at yoke
- Fine Japanese lace trim on yoke
- Fits true to size
- Made in Sydney
- gentle hand wash
Deliveries within Australia
Free domestic shipping on all orders.
We ship within Australia using registered express post (signature on receipt required). Estimated arrival 2-4 business days.
Once your parcel has been dispatched, a unique tracking number will be sent to your nominated email addresses. All deliveries must be signed for. Please ensure delivery address is attended, where someone will be able to sign for delivery between 9am-5pm.
We ship to most countries outside of Australia for a flat shipping charge of $25. For international orders over AU $250, shipping is free.
We deliver to Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States.
If your country isn't listed here please let us know and we can make arrangements.
If you wish to return something, please email us within 2 days of the date of delivery at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Returns will be refunded, provided the item is returned to us within 14 days of the date of original delivery to you.
Any returns must be as new: unworn and in perfect condition, with all tags in place, all in the original packaging. Kindly note, refunds are not offered on discounted items, except as required by law.
Purchases are returned at the customer's expense. We recommend you obtain proof of posting. We will not be liable for items lost in transit during return. Please send your return back (together with a printed copy of your returns email) to our studio:
Maison d’Être, 72 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia
Returns from outside Australia
To avoid delays and additional taxes, all paperwork and the outside of your return parcel must be clearly marked: RETURNED GOODS – NO COMMERCIAL VALUE. All international returns are at the customer's expense.
Our commitment to sustainable fashion
We strive to make a beautiful garment that will last, made in a way that is respectful of others. No one can accuse us of being in a hurry! We focus on the detail and design so that you will enjoy wearing the garment and want to wear it again.
"Sustainability is about meeting present needs on a continuing basis, without diminishing the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
So how is Maison d’Etre sustainable in its approach to fashion?
We use quality fabric.
We source most of our fabric from oversupply, already existing in the marketplace, rather than turning further natural resources into cloth.
We are mindful of the origin of the fabric (for example, cotton plants use a lot of water to produce a crop, and mindful of this, we buy cotton jersey from places such as New Zealand, where this type of agriculture is sustainable).
We choose the best quality natural fibres, such as cotton and silk wherever possible, not only because they can withstand frequent gentle washing (longer life of garment), but also because they are biodegradable, which means they will eventually break down naturally into water, carbon dioxide and biomass.
We avoid using synthetic fabrics (such as polyester) which are made of petroleum and will only break down into smaller pieces which pollute soil and waterways and are harmful to the environment.We produce locally.
We make the pattern, cut the fabric and make the garments locally in Sydney, Australia. By making locally, we keep control of production (both as to quality and the process). We can check the garment while in production and avoid costly and wasteful mistakes that sometimes happen when garments are manufactured offshore.
We also make locally to support other local businesses because we believe in the benefits of a thriving local garment industry.
We support a minimum wage for garment workers.
We pay for production locally where workers are paid a minimum wage. The best way to ensure workers are paid properly is to manufacture where there is the safety of a minimum wage by law, so we engage local manufacturers for this reason. We cannot make cheaply but we can make well and responsibly.
We avoid using plastics.
This extends to our delivery to the customer - we use compostable delivery bags.