1990s vintage pure silk crepe bias cut maxi dress in a lovely and unique color and pattern. Green to pink ombre with large abstract floral print throughout. The fabric is lightweight and drapes beautifully on the figure, closely hangs and offers some stretch. High and straight boat neckline, slightly flared bottom hem. Lined in a lightweight semi sheer silk. No closures. In perfect vintage condition, no holes, rips, runs, stains or other issues...a feminine beauty that is sure to transcend time.
Please compare these measurements with a similar item that fits you well to best determine size: • Shoulders: 15" • Bust: 36" comfortably stretched • Waist: 30" comfortably stretched • Hips: 40" comfortably stretched • Length: 52"
• 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.
KCO Vintage is a 100% smoke-free environment. All clothing is cared for, clean and packaged with care.
Est. in 2012, we are female owned and operated, based in Anacortes, Washington, USA.
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