60s Red Shirtwaist Dress by John Meyer of Norwich

SKU: 00589-002
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A red cotton shirtwaist dress from the mid-1960s, by the innovator of preppy style, John Meyer of Norwich. Peter Pan collar, short sleeves, pin-tucked bodice, self-fabric belt, and slight A-line skirt. The front placket is faux, but the buttons slip into real buttonholes. Yellow threads create a slightly orangey shade of red. Unlined dress zips up the back, with a hook&eye at the top. Made in Norwich, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Labels: John Meyer of Norwich
Considered the originator of "preppy" (short for preparatory) style, John Meyer's clothing is highly collectible and perfectly wearable. His work has been featured in several recent museum exhibitions.

Fiber/Care: no tags, cotton, washable

Condition: no flaws to note

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

Garment Measurements:
- please ignore the size 12 label and go by the following measurements. sizing has changed significantly over the years - 

 shoulders: 15"/38cm
 sleeves: 7.5"/19cm
 bust: <36"/91.5cm
 waist: 24.5"/62cm
 hips: 40"/101.5cm
 length: 40"/101.5cm with 2.5"/5.5cm hem

(BDV SKU: 00589-002)

Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 20 years old. Please read condition report provided above.

Note to International Customers: Significant overages in shipping fees (where applicable) will be refunded. You are responsible for any taxes or import fees.



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