Minimal Black Pleated Sack Dress

Sale price $52.00 Regular price $70.00

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1980s vintage black crinkle pleated midi sack dress with a simple sleeveless silhouette, back slit and keyhole closure at the back of the neck. Unlined, midweight, somewhat sturdy to the touch fabric with lots of stretch. Has a gauze look to it, but is thick and slinky, not sheer. Easy to wear, care for and layer.

• Designer: unknown-unlisted

• Fabric: 50% Acetate 50% Rayon

• Color: black-no fade

• Origin: USA

• Condition: excellent-clean-no flaws

Please compare these measurements with a similar item that fits you well to best determine size...
• Shoulder edge to edge straight across: 20"
• Bust: 40-48"
• Waist: 36-44"
• Hips: 37-50"
• Length: 44"

• Recommended women's size: LARGE

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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