Kim Phan knew she had a niche for fashion when she started making clothes for her Barbie dolls at the age of seven. Way before the vintage look was fashionable, she took her mother's old shirts and revamped them by cutting and adding trimming to each piece. In 2004 Kim created YUMI KIM, a line inspired by vintage prints and silhouettes...with a touch of funk and urban femininity.
Exactly as it looks. Light, flowy, and the color is a vibrant colbalt blue. I just got it in the mail yesterday so I haven't worn it out yet, but I think it's going to be a hit. You can dress it up with some heels or dress it down with flats. I like that the top has a button, so you can make it conservative or give yourself a little extra cleavage ;) Btw I'm 5'5 120lbs, 34D, and a Small fits perfectly.