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Vintage Sun Novelty Print Dress - Bill Atkinson 50's 60's Dress

Vintage novelty sun medallion print dress
Late 1950's early 60's Betty Draper day dress.

Marvelous novelty print of sun medallions
on a natural cream white background.

Classic with gently fitted bodice and nipped waist.
Front opening to waist with decorative brass hooks and eyes...
very architectural...
covered by a fabric placket.
Peter Pan collar.
Long sleeves with brass button cuffs.
Wide gathered skirt.
Side zipper.
Crochet belt loops but belt is missing.
Fabric is 100& Creslan acrylic fiber.

Label: Bill Atkinson, Glen of Michigan

Interesting note on this label from the Vintage Fashion Guild:
"Bill Atkinson was an architect who got into the fashion business purely by accident. He made a square dance outfit for his wife from eight bandannas. The outfit was so popular that he started making them to sell. This venture was very successful, and he soon found a housedress maker, Glen Manufacturing, to make the skirt. This was in 1950. For twenty years, Glen of Michigan made Bill Atkinson’s casual sportswear designs. In 1973, Atkinson started a new line, Bill Atkinson, Ltd., which lasted until the early 1980s".

Excellent vintage condition.

This is a medium size garment.

shoulders: 17”
bust: 42”
waist: 29”
hips: open
sleeve: 18"
length: 46”

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: crinoline, creslan acrylic fabric, cotton like acrylic, brass hook and eyes, zipper, brass buttons
  • Only ships within Russia.
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