SALE! 30% OFF! Offered is a 1960 era cocktail dress. In the late '60's, one could go girl innocent or emerging mod rebel. This dress is an example of the innocent look. The bodice is quite modest in ecru lace over ecru satin. It has a scoop neckline and long sleeves with snap close. As typical for a '60's design, it is empire waist which is where the black crepe skirt begins. It is anchored with a thin black bow with long ties. These were meant to fit loosely through the waist and hip, which one can tell from the pics. Details: 35 1/2" shoulder to 2 1/2" hem; 21 1/2" sleeves; 10 1/2" shoulder to bottom of bodice; 35" bust; 37 1/2" waist; 29 1/2" at empire waist; 13 1/2" across back; 19" back zipper. This is in good shape, but PLEASE NOTE: there is a gap of 2 1/2" at the back zipper--an easy repair; on the back of one sleeve there is a barely noted discoloration. We have not cleaned this item, no unusual odor. Item 4597a
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