From the late 60s or very early 70s, an easy-to-wear shift dress in black with striped taupe-and-brown ribbon trim. Short (but not too) sleeves. Strategically placed seams and darts. Has a nice, crepe-y texture. Unlined. Easy care.
The dress is shown unclipped, as all attempts to make it fit Cecelia resulted in distorting its lines. A fuller figure than hers is needed to do it justice.
Labels: Edith Flagg (click here to read about the designer at VFG's Label Resource), Davison's (click here to read about this beloved, Atlanta department store)
Fiber/Care: made of easy-care Crimplene polyester -- a British invention all the rage in the 1960s. Click here to read about it at the VFG's Fabric Resource.
Condition: no flaws to note
*This shift dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
bust: 42"/106.5cm + room from darts to about 44"/111.5cm
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