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Simply a knockout thanks to the vibrant blue / purple color (call it cobalt, ultramarine, blueberry or plum – all accurate!), this vintage faux-wrap dress from the 70s adds an extra touch of sex appeal thanks to the sensuous drape of the semi-sheer crepe jersey fabric. Almost Grecian in vibe, like some of the most enduring YSL-inspired looks from the days of Bianca Jaggar at Studio 54, the elastic waistline makes this particularly comfortable design quite the perfect fit for goddesses of several shapes and sizes.

Trust us, the plunging deep-v neckline and matching fabric belt are the only accessories you’ll need to accompany this simple-yet-stunning disco party frock. Just pull out your foxiest heels, step out the door, and you can thank us later…

-Mary Martin for Rainbow of California
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-Bust: up to approximately 40” depending on desired fit
-Waist: from 26” (unstretched) up to approximately 34” max (when elastic is stretched)
-Hips: up to approximately 44”
-Total Length: 49”
-Condition: Very Good / As-Is (The dress is in beautiful condition with an ‘As-Is’ designation because of two very tiny holes. These are both on the back of the skirt, about ¼” apart, and both are about the size of a peppercorn. Please convo us if you’d like to see a close-up photo of the flaw.)

70s Cobalt Blue Grecian Dress - vintage disco goddess faux wrap draped indigo party frock, deep v neck, blouson, lovely drape


  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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