By 1920, middies and over-blouses had become a very important item in any woman's wardrobe. This middy named, Molly, was found in a 1920 Sears, Roebuck Chicago catalog. It's stitched in a robin's egg blue cotton broadcloth with topstitching at the collar, cuffs, armscye, and on the sash that ties at the waist. This middy has a tie at the neck that is stitched in Absinthe colored cotton End on End. The cuffs feature square pearl buttons dyed to match the green on the accompanying skirt.
Robin's egg blue cotton broadcloth:
Machine wash in cold water and tumble dry with low heat or dry clean