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1970s Gown Ruth McCulloch Evanston Metallic Chiffon Art Deco Pattern Boho

1970s Gown Ruth McCulloch Evanston Metallic Chiffon Art Deco Pattern Boho

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Size: M US women's letter
  • Materials: Lurex, Lame
  • Favorited by: 23 people
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Description

1970s Gown Art Deco Psychedelic 1970s Metallic Chiffon Dress.

Ruth McCulloch Evanston Hubbard Woods Gown 1970s Metallic Chiffon.

Exquisite colors on this beautiful silk chiffon gown.

This gown is in very good condition and is fully lined.

Measurements laid flat in inches are as follows.

18.50 Bust or underarm to underarm.

15.0 Waist.

53.0 Length from back of neckline to hem.

21.0 Sleeve length.

37.0 Length of belt that is 2.50 inches wide.

This information about this lady was found online about Evanston Illinois history.

Ruth McCulloch opened her first shop in Evanston in 1937, expanding to stores in Hubbard Woods and Northbrook.

Specializing in American fashion designers, her stores were finely furnished and offered a genteel shopping experience.

At one point in 1976 she had a connection to Neiman Marcus.

Due to the difference in her normal label this most likely was produced at this time.

This gown is exceptional and prettier than the photos.

The matching belt is included.



7665GVC
1970s Gown Art Deco Psychedelic 1970s Metallic Chiffon Dress.

Ruth McCulloch Evanston Hubbard Woods Gown 1970s Metallic Chiffon.

Exquisite colors on this beautiful silk chiffon gown.

This gown is in very good condition and is fully lined.

Measurements laid flat in inches are as follows.

18.50 Bust or underarm to underarm.

15.0 Waist.

53.0 Length from back of neckline to hem.

21.0 Sleeve length.

37.0 Length of belt that is 2.50 inches wide.

This information about this lady was found online about Evanston Illinois history.

Ruth McCulloch opened her first shop in Evanston in 1937, expanding to stores in Hubbard Woods and Northbrook.

Specializing in American fashion designers, her stores were finely furnished and offered a genteel shopping experience.

At one point in 1976 she had a connection to Neiman Marcus.

Due to the difference in her normal label this most likely was produced at this time.

This gown is exceptional and prettier than the photos.

The matching belt is included.



7665GVC

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