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THIS ITEM IS NOW RESERVED FOR MICHELLE, PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE.

This soft and sexy, black velvet dress is in excellent vintage condition. Note that some of the pictures have been lightened to show texture, and that the true color of this dress is a very dark black. It features a high, empire waist that lengthens the look of the legs, and is accented with a satin ribbon bow that allows for a good fit. The bust material is sewn with unique gathering to give it a textured, crushed velvet appearance. The dress is incredibly soft, comfortable, and fun to wear. The versatile style is great for wearing out on the town, on a date, to the theater or art opening, or around the house to impress your husband. You're sure to look sexy in it!

SIZE: Medium. Tag states that this was made in the USA by City Triangles in 100% polyester and must be dry cleaned only.

DRESS MEASUREMENTS:
Bust: 36" easily stretches to around 41" (92 cm - 104.6 cm)
High Empire Waist: 30" (76.7 cm) Can be tightened up a little with the bow tie.
Hips: around 39" (99.6 cm) Easily stretches to around 44" (112.2 cm)
Length from top of shoulder: 34" (87 cm) Model is 5'6"
Questions on fit? Just ask, we'll help.

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RESERVED Vintage 80s Black Velvet Mini Dress with Bow Tie and Empire Waist . Womens Medium

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: polyester, velvet
  • Ships worldwide from Arkansas, United States
  • Feedback: 982 reviews
  • Favorited by: 23 people