From the 1970s, a one-shoulder maxi with empire waist and flowing A-line skirt.
- Matching shawl has asymmetrical cut, lettice-edge detail, and elongated ties.
- Botanical fern print in white on the loveliest shade of spring green.
- Crisp silk blend.
- Bodice lined in cotton-like blend, skirt lined in silk.
- Perfect for a bridesmaid. Equally appropriate at a garden party, prom, or any special event.
From the Crouch estate.
Photographed (except for the last photo) with a crinoline petticoat, which we found alongside the dress and was certainly worn beneath it. Contact us for a special price if you would like to buy them together.
Labels: Priscilla of Boston
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Fiber/Care: unmarked, but care label indicates a silk/rayon blend, dry-clean only
Condition: no flaws to note
bust: 35" (89cm) plus gathers
empire waist: 30" (76cm)
hips: 42" (106.5cm) measured 13" below the empire seam
length: 59" (150cm) from top of shoulder to hem on front
hem sweep: lining - 80" (203cm), skirt - 100" (254cm)
main/back section: 51" (129.5cm) long x
42" (106.5cm) wide, not including tie
short/front section: 11.5" (29cm) long x
25" (63.5cm) wide, not including tie
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