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This item sold on May 10, 2011.

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Fabulous bold stripe nautical dress by Tabby of California in 50-50 poly/cotton . Wide rounded collar skims collar bone. Notch at top forms flattering V shape. Short sleeves are cuffed, and have slight dolman shape. Front placket buttons down with 4 original shiny red buttons captured in little fabric loops. Placket behind buttons covers gaps between buttons and ensures there are no awkward peek-a-boo moments. Elasticated waist. 1-1/2" elasticated cinch belt with red plastic buckle. Flared skirt has perfectly matched stripes to create a chevron shape. In very good vintage condition, with no holes, tears, rips, stains or funny smells. Fabulous with a pair of red wedges and a big smile!

Measurements:
Bust: 40"
Waist: 30-38"
Hip: Free to 58"
Shoulder to waist: 18"
Skirt length: 28-1/2"
Skirt sweep: 92"

Measurements given are for garment size, not your body size. Please measure a similar item which fits you well, and compare.

Modeled here by my size medium mannequin. Her measurements are: 36" x 26"x 38". This dress is too big on her and needs a real woman to fill it out!

Belt HAS been pinned to fit mannequin.

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Vtg 80s Nautical Red Stripe Full Skirt Cotton Dress - By Tabby of California - Original Cinch Belt - Adorable Maritime Styling - For Size Large Ahoy Mateys


Overview

  • Materials: poly cotton red striped mix fabric, elasticated belt with plastic buckle, little shiny red buttons, a salty breeze on a sunny pier
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 272 reviews
  • Favorited by: 5 people