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80s Black Floral Party Dress Off Shoulder Full Skirt - sm TREASURY ITEM

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Just so pretty. Ultra-feminine cotton party dress in a vibrant floral on black. Stand-away, off-shoulder sleeves are held in place by attached elastic. Sweetheart neckline, boned princess bodice and pointed, slightly dropped basque waist to highlight your curves. Full skirt has side-seam pockets. Straight back flatters your shoulders and waistline. Bodice front is lined. Nylon back zip. Shown with and without a crinoline, not included. Made in the U.S.A. in the 1980s.

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Labels: m.j. carroll

Fiber/Care: 100% cotton with polyester front bodice lining, machine wash or dry-clean

Condition: slight fading throughout, but the colors are so bold and vibrant, it's hardly an issue

*This dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*

Measurements (of the dress, not the body that will wear it):
sleeves: 7.5" diameter, 6" long
bust: 32" plus plenty of room from the seams and boning
(Lola is 32" around, and there is space for a much larger bust)
bodice: 8.25" side seam from armpit to waist,
11.25" from center front to low point of basque waist
waist: 27"
hips: free
length: 42.5" from top center back to hem

Note: International customers, please contact us for 1st class intl. shipping rates.

(BDV SKU: 00406-005)

80s Black Floral Party Dress Off Shoulder Full Skirt - sm TREASURY ITEM

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: cotton
  • Ships worldwide from Georgia, United States
  • Feedback: 193 reviews
  • Favorited by: 64 people