Tuesday, February 7, 2017

The Little Fabric That Can

When polyester crepe first appeared in my world, I tried a nicely cut and patterned blouse from a mid-range designer. It wore like iron and made a good layering piece because it blocked the wind. Not long after, I picked a skirt off a sale rack and tested it. The fabric looked too dressy and fragile for daily use, but that skirt outperformed one cut from denim.

At the moment, I am enjoying life with a couple of poly crepe blouses. I'm pleased that they spare me the trouble of worrying about an iron, hypothermia, or the considerations of personal care that the polyester of old used to generate -30-

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