Whoa! You can't favorite your own shop.

Whoa! You can't buy your own item.

Whoa! You can't favorite your own item.

Whoa! You can't add your own item to a list.

Add this item to a treasury!

You don't have any treasuries yet. Enter a title below to create one.

This item has been added.

View your treasury.

Like this item?

Add it to your favorites to revisit it later.
This vintage 90s Betsey Johnson Luxe label mini dress/tunic is fun and flirty, and yet still feels sophisticated with its long sleeves, rusty burnt orange color and sandwashed silky feeling (and looking) rayon. It has something of an hourglass shape, with princess seams and tie back to emphasize the fitted mid-section, and a wide flared skirt and very cool semi-“batwing” sleeves expanding out from your wasp waist. Other delightful details include sleeves that come to a point over your hands and seaming. Totally Betsey!
• Center back zipper works perfectly

Vintage: 1990s

Designer/Label/Maker: Betsey Johnson Luxe (for more info on this designer, see below)

Material/s: 100% rayon (feels and looks like sandwashed silk)

Care Tag: Dry clean only; cool iron; no steam

Measurements (all taken with item laid flat, unless otherwise noted – so bust, waist, hips should be doubled to get size in more “normal terms”):

Size as Labeled: S
Fits like Modern Size (estimated): S
Shoulders (note that with the style of the dress/sleeves, was difficult to pinpoint “shoulder” spots for measuring): 16”
Bust (“armpit” to “armpit”) (note that the semi-batwing sleeves make it a bit difficult to measure exactly from an armpit – this is measured from seams where sleeves are attached): 21”
Waist: 14”
Hips: 25” /free
Top of garment to bottom of garment (down back, top of shoulder to hem): 30.5”
Sleeve length (from center of back to pointed tip of cuff): 30”
Skirt Sweep/Width at bottom: 50”

Condition: This garment is in EXCELLENT vintage condition with no rips, stains, or holes. CattWalk's Condition Standards are the same as those used by the Vintage Fashion Guild (see Shop Policies for more on these)

Catt’s Me-yow! – This Would Look Fabulous With:
o CattWalk’s vintage atomic hydrangea pendant
o Thigh-high brown leather boots and dark brown tights
o Skinny jeans and platform booties

Gift Wrapping: Gift wrapping is available for most items shipping within the U.S. for a cost of $5.00. Please convo me to request gift wrapping and to let me know what you’d like the gift card to read. Please also let me know if there is a date by which a gift needs to arrive for the lucky recipient.

Please read all Shop Policy info before purchasing items.

Please keep in mind that vintage clothing is, by definition, old. It has most likely been worn before, and it may have signs of wear. I do my best to note any flaws if they exist. Also remember that sizing changes – what used to be considered (and marked) a size 12 may now be more in line with what we think of as a size 6. For this reason, measurements are given for all garments. If you have any questions, please ask before you buy.

All items are offered and sold in "AS IS" condition. All items are measured carefully to ensure accuracy of fit, and all flaws are described so the buyer can make an informed purchase. Please ask any questions you may have on size, condition or any other item aspect prior to placing your order.

More on the Designer: Betsey Johnson (b. 1942) was given a design job at the new Paraphernalia boutique during her stint as guest editor at Mademoiselle magazine in 1965. There she was an important part of the "Youthquake" movement in fashion. In 1969 she, along with two friends, started their own boutique - Betsey, Bunky and Nini. From there Johnson wore a variety of design hats: Alley Cat from 1970 to 1974, Butterick patterns from 1971 to the late 1970s, Tric-Trac by Betsey Johnson from 1974 to 1976, and Star Ferry by Betsey Johnson from 1975 to 1977. Finally, in 1978, she formed her own company, Betsey Johnson, Inc., which she still operates today. One word that has always been used to describe the Betsey Johnson look is "young." Her clothes are fun and flirty, colorful and alive. (primary source: vintagefashionguild.org)

Vintage Betsey Johnson Luxe Mini Dress or Tunic - Long-sleeved Burnt Orange Sandwashed Silky - Dress So Hot the Orange Burnt


  • Vintage item
  • Material: rayon
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 67 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people