1960s vintage high waist Cotton midi skirt sourced from an estate that included several Lilly Pulitzer skirts in the exact style and design, however this skirt has no labels so I can't say for certain whether this is a Lilly Pulitzer or not. Metal back zipper closure, scalloped hemline, darted around the nonelastic waistline, single back pocket on the rear, lined in white cotton. No stretch to the fabric. Crisp, clean, in beautiful vintage condition!
• Designer: unknown-no labels-could be Lilly Pulitzer • Fabric: cotton or cotton-poly blend • Color: yellow, pink, white • Origin: unknown • Condition: excellent-clean-laundered-no flaws
• Waist: 26" • Hips: 38" • Total length: 22.5"
• Recommended women's size: XS / 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.
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