70s Bill Tice Caftan Dress in Black Qiana

SKU: 00827-015
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From the 1970s, a caftan-style disco, evening, or hostess dress by collectible designer Bill Tice.

  • Jet black and slinky (some photos lightened to show detail)
  • Quilted gold epaulets + saddle shoulder detail, with flattering ruching below, front and back
  • Long, slim (not tight) raglan sleeves
  • Fabric is a high-quality, smooth and soft synthetic (made of nylon) known as Qiana
  • Caftan-style cut can be worn loose and easy, or belted (our belt is not original to the dress and is not included)
  • Single side slit

Labels: Bill Tice

Fiber/Care: Qiana / washable

Condition: no flaws to note. 

*This disco maxi dress, caftan, or hostess dress is clean and ready to wear.*

Garment Measurements:
- Labeled a vintage size 10, but please go by the measurements provided below, as sizing has changed considerably over the years. The dress is meant to fit loosely, narrowing at the hips and legs. We'd consider this a modern size medium, or smallish large, but it depends on how you prefer your clothes to fit. The dress looks fabulous on Delphine, who's super skinny, but it would work well for fuller figures. -
 shoulders: ~ 16"/40.5cm
 bust: up to 58"/ 147.25cm, but meant to fit loosely
 waist: up to 46"/116.5cm, but meant to fit loosely (or belt smaller)
 hips: up to 44"/111.5cm
 length: 56.5"/143.5cm

☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 30 years old, unless otherwise specified. Please read condition report provided above. ☜

Notes: International customers are responsible for any taxes or import fees.


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