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Over her bright dress, she still wore the robe of leopard skins, for mountain air was cold. She looked to be some splendid princess belonging to those wild and awesome altitudes. The spirit of the region chimed with hers. Her eyes were always turned upon the sombre cliffs, the blue gorges and the snow-clad turrets, looking a sublime melancholy equal to their own. At times on the journey, she sang thrilling te deums and misereres that struck the true note of the hills, and made their route seem like a solemn march down a cathedral aisle.
O.Henry, “A Matter of Mean Elevation”

What a dress! Suits a true royal! 70s bright and silky polyester sundress with side slit, thick straps and ruched bust line. The unique pattern is Aztec-themed, with squares and circles in vivid colours interlaced with floral motifs. Could be worn with a belt or t-shirt underneath, with long fur vest or leather jacket and fedora hat! Great piece to stylize!

Fabric: polyester
Tags: missing, possibly hand-made, good quality
Measurements: one size fits all will suit small size for a baggy fit
Bust: 18.5”
Hips: 25”
Waist: Free
Shoulder to shoulder: 15-16”
Length (from middle of a strap to hem): 42”

CONDITION: Great vintage sold AS IS. Couple of snags from storage here and there nothing serious.The dress was cleaned and is ready to wear.

Peruvian Princess 70s Ethnic Bohemian Sundress for Those with Blue Blood in Red, Indigo, Orange and Black size S/M/L