Late 1960s or early 70s maxi dress is a riot of color. Bodice in bright lime green with deep scoop neck and long sleeves. Skirt sports a "psychedelic Jacobean ethnic" print (that's what we call it, anyway) in deep teal blue, white, yellow, and lime green on an orange-red ground. Straight skirt is a true wrap style. Darts for shaping. Wide, self-fabric belt with playful fringe. Unlined, with pinked seams and tape at waist and hem. Nylon back zip with top hook&eye. Union made in the U.S.A.
Labels: only a remnant and a 1963-'74 ILGWU label remain
Fiber/care: unmarked, poly double-knit, washable
Condition: only flaw we found is a short section of missing waist tape (see photo)
*This dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
waist: max 36.5"/92.5cm (cinch with belt)
hips: max 48"/122cm
belt is 3"/7.5cm x 92"/233.5cm + 3"/7.5cm fringe
Dress is clipped to Delphine to show fit.
(BDV SKU: 00404-002 -e)
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