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Era: 1970s Prom Dress

Nummy Details: Layers and layers of white lace over pink acetae make up this gorgeously girly dress. Zips up the back, sweet heart boned bodice, good and long for ultimate sweep. Quite a bit pinker than the photos appear.

Item Condition: Good/great - there's a little hole in the lace at the front center hem, and it gets lost in the layers. Could be a few more I couldn't find, priced accordingly

Fabric: synthetic lace over acetate

Size: Extra Extra small to small, for your reference the model is 5'10 inches and measures 32-26-37.

Please check the measurements given below with like fitting garment laid flat. Bust, waist, and hip measurements have already been doubled for you:

Shoulder to Shoulder:

Bust: 32

Waist: 25

Hips: 60 plus

top of bust to Hem: 50

Please do note that monitors tend to display colours differently - so please convo me if you need an EXACT colour match.

Photo Credits:

Queenie Lafeenie

Emily Tronetti

First photo: Ken Dobson

Makeup Artist:
A Mandaline's Makeup

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RESERVED Lace Prom Dress XXS XS tiered lace Vintage 1970s Sweetheart Pink Southern Belle


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
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