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Funny and fresh sleeveless scooter dress with a low waist and a pleated skirt. Perfect for welcoming the spring!

*Excellent vintage condition!

*Label: no tag.

*Back zipper.

*No lining.

*Fabric: textured knit polyester.

*Size: no tag, fits for an extra-large size - 44-46 Eur - 14-16 USA - 16-18 GB.

Measurements given are "actual" measurements of the item, taken flat on the outside and doubled where applicable. With vintage clothing, sizes are different than modern sizes. Please consider your individual comfort and compare measurements accordingly:

DROP WAIST : 40.9" (104 cm)
TOP LENGTH: 22.4" (57 cm)
SKIRT LENGTH: 15.35" (39 cm)
TOTAL LENGTH: 37.4 (95 cm)

• Keep in mind that you are buying vintage (used) items, so there may be minor imperfections.
• We do point out any flaws that we notice, but it's possible that we overlook something.
• Normal vintage wear and tear will not be included in the descriptions, this is what gives pieces character.
• If you are concerned about the condition of an item, contact us and ask for additional photos.
• Don't hesitate to ask me more question, I will inform you with pleasure.

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ON DAY SALE 30% Sale - Vintage 1960s Citrine Waistdrop Scooter Dress - Size Xl


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: knit polyster
  • Ships worldwide from Switzerland
  • Feedback: 185 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people