60s/70s A-Line Wheat Print Shift

SKU: 00467-072
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Sleeveless shift dress from the late 1960s or very early 70s in an abstract print that looks like sheafs of wheat in orange, red, green and brown on white. Wide scoop neck, princess seams, A-line skirt. Unlined except at upper bodice. Closes with nylon Talon back zipper. From the Mullins collection.

Labels: John Abbott
(found advertisements for this manufacturer from 1967 through 1972, but no other information)

Fiber/Care: unmarked, feels like a nylon/polyester blend single knit, the fabric stretches horizontally, and has delicate lace-like stripes woven in, washable

Condition: no flaws to note

*This shift dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*

Garment Measurements (leave yourself room to breath):
shoulders: 16"/40.5cm
bust: 41"/104cm plus a bit more from seams
waist: 38"/96.5cm
hips: 46"/116.5cm
length: 42"/106.5cm

Shown clipped (front view) and unclipped (back view) to skinny Cecelia.

(BDV SKU: 00467-072)

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