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Very cute bright yellow mini dress. Textured double-knit polyester fabric. Bodice has navy blue, white and yellow trim. Mock turtleneck. Front kangaroo pockets. Metal zipper down the back.
Accessories, crinolines, belt, necklaces, etc. are not included unless otherwise stated!

Condition: Excellent condition. As with a lot from this era, it has been shortened from its original length. Looks as though it was just turned under and hem and could be let out with the original hem still in place.

We look over each time we sell and list the flaws that we find, but we are human and on occasion may miss something. Please contact us before leaving feedback, if this is the case.

Pinned on Model: no
Brand Tag: Kim O'Hare
Fabric Tag: I can't read fabric tag, but believe it is double knit polyester

Measurements: Measurements are taken while laying flat across the front and then doubled.

Best fit size is ONLY a suggestion, please check measurements closely!
Size Tag: can't read size tag, but probably fits a size small best
Bust: 35 in.
Waist: 26 1/2 in.
Hips: 42 in.
Length: 33 in.
Sleeve Length: 6 in.
Shoulders: 13 1/2 in.

RESERVED Please Do Not Buy 60s Dress Mod Mini Bright Yellow Scooter Small S Vintage 1960s gogo

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Material: polyester
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 670 reviews
  • Favorited by: 29 people