"I'm at a sidewalk café just a cobblestone's throw from the Sorbonne. Animated conversation fueled by wine, espresso, and Gauloises.
Several of the women, I observe, have on shirts like this. You may recall them being worn from about ad 1200 on by peasants from Ukraine to Portugal, and later the tie-dyed versions popular during the Summer of Love.
Latin Quarter Peasant Shirt (No. 2406), with trio of loop-closing shell buttons hidden under collar slit just about front gusset. To be worn day-in and night-out with practically anything."