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This 1950s inspired bombshell dress will be made to order. Please check the size guide below for measurements.
The dress features a fitted empire waisted bodice with low cut front and back neckline. The collar detail matches the pencil skirt in colour and material and features a brass button with anchor design.
You have a colour choice of red, white, navy or black for the bodice and the skirt or all uni if you prefer so. The collar withh be matched with your skirt. You also have a button choice of either gold or silver coloured buttons. Please let me know your colour combination and button choice in a message with your order.

The postage option/prices are for recorded/tracked delivery to ensure your item gets to you safe and sound. It's also insured in case of any loss or damage. If you would like a cheaper option, let me know and I will give you other options, however I can't be responsible for any loss or damage along the way.

Sizes:
S (B 34, W28, H37)
M(B 36, W30, H39)
L (B 38, W32, H41)
all measurements are in inches

This dress is part of my wardrobe staples collection and is a great addition to any pin up collection. Please see my other listings for more pieces from the collection and cute accessories to finish off the look.
Please allow 2 weeks for making plus shipping time.

1950s inspired bombshell dress in black, navy, red and white with nauticalanchor button detail

US$126.87
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  • Handmade item
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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