From the 1970s, a fun, easy-care dress in orangey-red and white stripes.
- Oh-so-70s spread collar, to wear up or down
- Fully adjustable coordinating polka-dot-and-stripes belt with 3" wide buckle and thread loops
- Sleeveless, with banded armscyes
- Full skirt
- Closes at back with long zipper
- Union made in the U.S.A.
Labels: Jonathan Logan, 1974-1995 ILGWU label
(founded 1944 by David Schwartz, designers included Dorris Varnum and Jeanne Carr, company sold in 1985)
Fiber/Care: all polyester double knit (stretches in both directions) / washable
Condition: only flaw to note is wear to the interior near the point of the belt which does not affect wear and is not visible when worn.
*This dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
bust: will fit up to a 34"/86.25cm body
bodice length: 16"/40.5cm
waist: will fit up to a 26"/66cm body (more if you don't mind it slightly snug), cinch smaller with belt
hips: free (will fit up to 50" body)
length: 41"/104cm with 2"/5cm hem allowance
☞ Our items are not newly manufactured "vintage style" pieces. They are true vintage, at least 30 years old. Please read condition report provided above. ☜