1990s vintage Betsey Johnson New York bias cut silk slip dress. Plunging deep V neckline with shaped bust, fitted with a flared high-low ruffle hemline. Lightweight and airy silk chiffon, very sheer and without lining or accompanying slip. A few tiny imperfections, the last two photos show two holes near the front bottom hem near the side seam. Really not an issue and not at all seen when worn. This print and silhouette is SO pretty, I know you'll love it!
• Designer: Betsey Johnson New York • Fabric: unlisted - tag missing / silk • Color: purple, pink, green, black • Origin: unlisted - tag missing • Condition: very good-some wear consistent with age-laundered
• Recommended women's size: small or medium _____________________________________
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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