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for crying out loud chicago has some good looking underpasses

featuring!
photography by sah RodionCreative.etsy.com

dress features:
electric blue-black that shimmers faintly purple in the light
art deco geometric cut bodice
sharp pleated crumb catcher bust
metal brooches at the collarbone
stunning upturned dolman sleeves
light lady-like shoulder pads
nip waist
full pleated skirt
hidden metal side zip
ulllltra lightweight non stretch taffeta-like material
unlined
the shoulder seams and hem could be let out a little, if you are so inclined
in near gorgeous 1950s vintage condition. there is a small patch of light wear in the middle of the back and a short notched snag at the side seam of the skirt
note: belt not included, for shame

size medium to large

approximate measurements, in inches
bust 38/40
waist 30
hip 44
length 45
sleeves 10 (measured from the neck)

maker: unknown

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the columbus ohio dress . 1950 sapphire blue cocktail gown .medium.large

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: taffeta, or something verrrry close to taffeta
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1880 reviews
  • Favorited by: 61 people