This 1950s (or possibly late 40s) straight suit skirt is made from the softest, silkiest, brushed-cotton flannel we've ever felt. Plaid in teal blues (or greens) with grays. Inverted back pleat. Unlined. Metal Grand side zip with button at the set-on waistband. It's just so cozy. From the Mullins Collection.
Labels: Fashioned by Lampl
here's a 1951 advertisement for Lampl suits, courtesy Jessica at MyVintageVogue.
Fiber/Care: unmarked, feels like the world's softest, mid-weight brushed cotton flannel, recommend dry-cleaning
Condition: no flaws to note. this skirt may once have been part of a suit, but no matter -- we think it would look wonderful with a slouchy gray cardigan sweater or a turtleneck
* We've had this skirt professional dry-cleaned and it's ready to wear.*
waist: currently 25"/63.5cm, but you could move the
button all the way to the edge and make it 26"/66cm
length: 27"/68.5cm plus 3"/7.5cm hem
For reference, live model is 5'5.75", measures w: 26.5, h: 35.5, and usually wears a U.S. modern size 2/4. Skirt is not clipped for photos, and is definitely a bit snug at the waist.
☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 30 years old. Please read condition report provided above. ☜
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