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50's Halloween Circle Dress / High Waist / Puff Sleeve / Audrey Coleman / Vibrant Orange / Black / Size Small

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// Sweeter than Pumpkin Pie //



By 'Audrey Coleman of San Diego'.



This rare garment boasts a heavy-weight matte' cotton-canvas, in rich un-faded halloween hues. Audrey Coleman creates an hourglass shape-nipped at the waist, featuring a tummy flattering panel. Ample yardage circle-skirt may be worn with, or without petticoat under-garment. Dress has an elasticized neck line, voluminous puff-sleeve, and back fabric-covered zipper.



// All measurements are taken while garment is laying flat. Please use a similar cut garment to compare your sizing needs. //

Fabric has no stretch.

Bust 16/18"
Waist: 13 1/2"
Free Hip
Length 43"
Back Zipper 18"


Excellent Vintage Condition! It's possible that the hem has been brought up to the 43"; it's sewn in contrast zig-zag stitching (not a problem, I just wish to disclose any possible alteration).



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50's Halloween Circle Dress / High Waist / Puff Sleeve / Audrey Coleman / Vibrant Orange / Black / Size Small


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: cotton, canvas, zipper, duct, duck, twill, broad cloth, 1950s 1960s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 68 reviews
  • Favorited by: 115 people