From the 1960s, a black-and-white gingham maxi dress for very slim/petite woman, tween, or slim teen.
White cotton pique at bust and hem, covered with extensive black-glass beading.
Fun and sophisticated, in an easy-to-wear, mod silhouette.
Sleeveless, squared-off empire bodice has bust darts.
Metal back zip with top hook&eye.
Full, attached lining.
Labels: Eloise Curtis for David Styne
Fiber/Care: unknown, cotton pique and cotton or cotton/silk blend gingham, gently hand wash or dry-clean
Condition: one tear-drop shaped bead dropped off. we can't figure out where it fell off from, but we'll include it. there is slight discoloration around the inner bodice and underarms that will likely lift with treatment (we gave it only a gentle wash), the hem could use a pressing we didn't get to
*This dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
Measurements (of the dress, not the body that will wear it):
~ Note that this dress is extremely small in the bust, with a junior cut. Refer carefully to measurements. ~
bust: 30" plus darts (will not close on 33.5" Cecelia, shown, nor on our 32" mannequin, Lola)
length: 52" from shoulder to hem on front
☞ 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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