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Early 60s peachy pink formal gown by Mike Benet. The studded aurora borealis stones are amazing and such a couture touch. The dress could be worn in a bridal setting or at a formal event. The dress has satin lining and a top layer which is like a tiny mesh not as big or open as you usually see. I am not sure of the fabric content. I think this is an early gown for his company made sometime in the early 1960s, thus holding various attributes of the 50s sense of style.

STATS:
Fits like a 6 or so-see measurements
Waist 26" max
Bust 34" max
Shoulders 14 from end of strap to strap so some room if your shoulders are bigger.
Length 4' 7"

Condition: Excellent, one tiny brown uniform spot about 3mm. You can request an image, the spot is the size of a point in a perfect tiny dot on the front in the pleats. NO holes or tears, it must have been worn once as it is like new!

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Mike Benet Dress/ Aurora Borealis, Rhinestone, Bridal blush peach/ Long formal gown

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: satin, synthetic mesh
  • Feedback: 407 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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