1970s vintage midweight dark blue denim jumper dress with a great wide sweeping A-line silhouette. Circle halter-style collar with decorative button detail at the back of the neckline, two large patch pockets at the hips, at or below knee length. The unlined, thick and sturdy high quality denim is sure to please! The underarms come a bit high up so this is best for a petite framed lady with smaller upper bust area and shoulders. No flaws, cleaned and ready to wear. A very versatile dress to mix and match within your vintage wardrobe.
• Designer: unknown-no labels
• Fabric: cotton denim
• Color: medium dark blue
• Condition: excellent-no holes or stains-cleaned and ready to wear-zoom into all pics
• Bust(underarm to underarm,doubled): 36"
• Armhole circ: approx 22" around
• Waist: free
• Hips: free
• Total length: 43"
• Recommended women's size: small
Our model is 5'8" tall, 36”-26”-36” bust-waist-hips. Original label sizes vary between brands and eras and should not be used to determine size. Compare the measurements to a similar item that fits you well to best determine size.
KCO Vintage is a 100% smoke-free environment. All clothing is cared for, clean and safely packaged.
Female owned and operated, based in Anacortes, Washington, USA. Est. in 2012.
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