This blouse maybe one of those creations that looks better on a body than a mannequin, but you get the idea. It's a super simple denim shirt remake with some subtle features and proportions that aim to transform the original masculine, boxy garment into something more feminine and sexy.
The original denim was re-cut using a standard fitted blouse pattern. There are bust darts and darts that bring shape to the waist in the front and back, all of which create a curvy silhouette. As with almost all of my shirt/blouse refashions/remakes, the original hem has been retained, accept this time I've gone for a longer length which would look ace with leggings or capri pants.
I've cut the armholes so that a lot of shoulder is showing, which I feel is a really sexy feature. The small contrast Peter Pan collar in ditsy floral Liberty print was self-drafted and applied to finish the neckline to bring some cuteness without (hopefully!) being too juvenile. Maybe it's because I grew up in the 1990's, but I feel the contrasting combination of faded, tough denim with delicate, feminine florals works well. I added a ditsy floral sash belt-tie to emphasise the nipped in waist even more.