Vintage Southwestern Rockabilly Indian Indian Fiesta Party 1950s' Skirt and Blouse. These fashion designs were popular in the 1950s and originated from the southwest as a take off on the traditional native American Indian clothing of the Navajos.
This outfit is complete with blouse and matching skirt. Wildly colorful. The skirt and blouse are true purple with metallic gold rickrack, blue rickrack, and a machine embroidered strip of flowers. The rickrack encircles the neck and runs down the outside of the sleeves. The skirt has two large areas of rickrack and embroidered strip. The blouse has a side zipper. The skirt is a very full tiered skirt further enhanced with lots and lots of pleats. The skirt has two large buttons on the side and a snap to secure the skirt. The inside tag reads " Ricki's Phoenix"
There is no size given. Measurements are:
Skirt length from waist band - 30 inches.
Waist - 33 to 34.
Bust - 40 to 42
Underarm along the back - 20 to 22 inches.
The sleeves are three quarter length. The waist could be taken in by moving the buttons with out changing the looks of the skirt. I didn't measures the hips because the skirt is so full and pleated. If you need any specific measurements I have not noted please email me. The material is cotton and easy to care for.
Dry cleaning is suggested before wearing.
Item ID: 0113 Southwestern Skirt Blouse
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