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Incredible designer vintage dress/vest/belt set! Wear all three pieces together, or split them up, and mix and match! Not sure about the age, but possibly 50's or 60's. It's a beautiful greenish wool (no label, but I think it's wool) with some shades of brown making even more rich. The dress is simple, classic, and stunning on it's own- and perfect for any occasion.

The dress is a fitted sexy wiggle dress with 3/4 sleeves with seams in the front and back and darts at the bust, and a zipper up the back. There are also little triangles sewn into the armpits to make them fitted! The body of the dress is lined, the sleeves are not, and there is about a 5" slit in the back. The tag says Lot 19, Size 11. Check out the measurements below, it's vintage size 11, NOT a current size 11!

The vest has 6 buttons down the back + a black snap. The front features two square pockets, each with one button, the same as the back. There are two string beltloops to run the belt through. The vest is fully lined and has the Jonathan Logan tag sewn in.

The belt is in the same beautiful fabric, and on the back it says 11 Acme Belt Co. Inc. The back of the gold tone buckle says 1260. The belt has what is probably a fake leather backing.

Dress Measurements are as follows, please leave yourself some room to breathe- and eat!
Bust: 33 1/2" maximum
Waist: 26" maximum
Hips: 35" maximum
Overall Length: 38" from neck
Sleeves are approximately 17"

The entire set is in very good vintage condition, I don't see any holes, tears, or any flaws.

According to the Vintage Fashion Guild website: Jonathan Logan was a popular manufacturer of younger women’s dresses – geared to the young, but not the super trendy, usually classic and dressy. The company was founded in 1944 by David Schwartz as a small company with ten employees. The designer in the early days was Dorris Varnum, and in the late 1950s Jeanne Carr was the designer. By 1966 Jonathan Logan had become one of the largest ready to wear companies in the USA.

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Vintage Designer Jonathan Logan 3 Piece Mad Men Wiggle Dress Set with Vest and Belt XS/S