70s Lace Prairie Maxi Dress

SKU: 00361-003
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From the 1970s, a neo-Victorian lace maxi dress in a lovely color we call "golden peach."

  • Wide, pearl-trimmed neckline with stand-up lace detail.
  • Decorative covered buttons dot the slightly empire bodice with piped waist.
  • Long sleeves end in elongated, three-snap cuffs.
  • Full, A-line skirt has built-in crinoline and acetate inner lining.
  • Back zip with hook&eyes at top and waist.

Perfect for a prom or formal, and would make a wonderful wedding gown for the bride seeking a Bohemian or Victorian look.

Labels: Lorrie Deb, 1974-'95 Union label

Fiber/Care: unmarked, lace feels like a cotton blend, dry-clean

Condition: appears to be unworn, no flaws to note

*This dress has been professionally dry-cleaned and is ready to wear.*

Garment Measurements:
    shoulders: 13.5"
    bust: 30" plus darts (note that the zipper would not close
    on Lola, who measures 32" around her bust and 27.5"
    around her ribs)
    bodice: 11.5"
    sleeves: 24"
    waist (empire): 25.5"
    hips: 44" (inner lining)
    skirt length: 42" from empire waist seam
    total length: 54.5" measured on back

Note: International buyers are responsible for any taxes or import fees. BDV has no way to predict or estimate these costs.

(BDV SKU: 00361-003 -e)


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