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70s blouse by Shannon Rodgers for Jerry Silverman. Deadstock - never been worn with original tag! This blouse was called "Evelyn" and was sold on 2-22, but the year is cut off. Pretty color combination of apple red, hot pink, brown, navy, and off white.

See "Natalie Off Duty" blogger wearing the matching skirt:
http://natalieoffduty.blogspot.com/2011/01/evening-in-relaxation.html

Circa: 70s
Label: Shannon Rodgers for Jerry Silverman**, I. Magnin & co., union workers blue and red label
Size tag: n/a
Modern Size: S-M (review measurements below to ensure a great fit)
Fabric Content: 100% Polyester
Care: Dry Clean
Color: apple red, hot pink, brown, navy, and off white
Vintage Condition: Excellent - deadstock! (Tag is on skirt)
Imperfections: 6th button down is chipped.


MEASUREMENTS in inches (taken flat)
High Point Shoulder to Bottom Hem: 23 3/4"
Across the shoulders: 14 1/2"
Chest (1" below armhole)*: 18 1/4"
Sleeve Length: 23 1/2"
Waist*: 18"
Sweep of Hem*: 20 1/2"

* Multiply by 2 for circumference
To ensure the best fit, compare these measurements to a similar item in your closet.

**Shannon Rodgers dressed movie stars, first ladies and many others in the 1960's and 70's as the designer for the Seventh Avenue business Jerry Silverman Inc. His designs and were known for their Americanized versions of Balenciaga.

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Sale 30 Off 70s SHANNON RODGERS for Jerry Silverman Blouse (S, M) - deadstock

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: polyester
  • Feedback: 235 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Ohio, United States
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