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This is a stunning dress made by none other that Cole of California. Burnt orange and white graphic pattern. Boat neck front and scoop back with hidden zipper. The sleeves are so very interesting. The long sleeves interior is only sewn for 3" which leaves the rest of the sleeve open. It creates a sort of flair and gives the dress an added interest. The belt has a kimono type of feel because it is larger in the front and gets small towards the ends. It ties in the back.

This dress is so sexy without being overtly revealing. It clings to the body and shows off your beautiful curves. It is an unforgettable dress that will definitely make an impression.

Size on tag: Small
Material: Rayon
Condition: There are a couple of nicks on the fabric. Nothing major. Other than that the dress is in excellent condition. If you want detailed pictures of nicks message me.

Bust: Almost 33"
Waist: 32"
Hips: 42"
Length: 56"
Shoulders: 15"
Sleeve Length: 24"
Sleeve Length at Wrist: 22"

About Cole of California: Cole of California started as a swimwear division of the West Coast Manchester Knitting Mills. West Coast was a maker of men’s long knit underwear, owned by the Cole family. In 1925 son Fred Cole, who had been working as an actor, was convinced to join the family business. He did not find making underwear very interesting, so he decided to make bathing suits that had a glamourous, Hollywood edge.

From 1936 through 1972, the company’s head designer was former theatrical designer, Margit Felligi. Felligi was responsible for many innovations in the swimwear industry, such as the use of Lastex fabric, nylon and spandex. She was known for her creative use of fabrics. And in 1965 she rocked the swimsuit world with her “Scandal Suit,” a daring one-piece suit with a plunging net front. Courtesy of: http://vintagefashionguild.org/label-resource/cole-of-california/

Thanks for looking!

stunning 1970s dress a la studio 54 - cole of california - burnt orange and white graphic pattern - small


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Material: rayon
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 123 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people