Simply Proust Women's Crop Top
Marcel Proust (1871–1922), born into a wealthy French family, started his writing career covering the exclusive Parisian drawing rooms. Proust was half-Jewish, which led him to support Alfred Dreyfus during the infamous anti-Semitic affair. Upon the death of his mother, Proust began a voluntary seclusion that led him to write the seven-part work, "In Search of Lost Time," or "Remembrance of Things Past."
A fitted crop top to pair with skirts, jeans, and much more. Made of 100% cotton, this crop top has a soft hand feel and light texture.
• 100% 30/1 combed cotton
• Made in the USA
• Two colors: black and white
• Bottom hem has an unfinished, raw edge
|Width (inches)||15 ½||16 ½||17 ½||18 ½|