1970s vintage black floral empire maxi dress with dramatic puff sleeves with elastic cuffs, high mock neck collar, deep v-neckline, fitted bodice and wide sweeping full length skirt. The fabric is soft, smooth, medium weight and sturdy with no stretch. Unlined, metal back zipper closure. The dress is too small to be zipped up the on model but it runs perfectly smooth and will close with no issue on a smaller frame. No holes, stains or other issues, this beauty has a 40s vibe and is elegant and unique.
• Designer: unknown, no labels • Fabric: unlisted, likely polyester or blend • Color: black, white, gray, orange, peach, tan • Origin: unknown-no label • Condition: excellent-no flaws
• Shoulder seam to seam: 12" • Shoulder edge to edge: 21" • Sleeve length: 16" • Bust: 32" • Waist: 28" • Hips: 36" • Total length: 58" • Bottom hem sweep circ.: 124"
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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Female owned and operated, based in Anacortes, Washington, USA. Est. in 2012.
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