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Adorable smocked bust, slightly empire waist and a-line skirt give you a fab silhouette! Not recommended for girls with big busts as the smocking makes you appear larger (unless that is what you want)! Also I feel this dress would look best on someone taller than 5'4" (which is my height, I really wanted this one!)

Good Condition
70s Era
80% Polyester, 20% Cotton
Red with navy, light blue stripes with white & blue flowers
Smocked top, slight empire waist
Long A-line skirt with slanted hip pockets
Zippered back, unlined
**Smocking tension is a little loose, especially at top of bust (recommend a tailor put in new elastic at top of bust to prevent boob fall out!
**Uneven smocking at back waist, a production issue - minor flaw, cover with a belt if you don't like it
**Dirt smudge 15" above hem on front of skirt, busy fabric helps hide (see last photo)
**Straps seem too far apart, you may need a tailor to realign with your bra

LABEL: Sofinyl, Made in Belgium, Size 44 (US size 14)

Straps: 16" long x 1-1/2" wide
Bust: 28" - 38" elasticized
Bottom of smocking, empire waist: 28" - 34"
Hips: 44"
Length from shoulder to waist: 8"
Length from waist to bottom hem: 31"
Total length from top of bust: 39", with straps: 47"

MODERN FIT SIZE: LARGE TO XL, taller person with a smaller bust
**shown clipped on mannequin

Dress ships PRIORITY MAIL in USA. SERIOUS INTERNATIONAL BUYERS please send convo with mailing address for shipping rates! Thanks!

70s Sofinyl Red White & Blue Floral Plaid Smocked Sun Dress, Size L to XL


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: polyester, cotton
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 561 reviews
  • Favorited by: 7 people