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Sweet and lovely, blue cotton 1950s rockabilly dress in a hard to find larger size.

* Full skirt
* Lots of great trim including rick rack
* Flattering design
* Shirtwaist style
* 3/4 sleeves
* Vee neck
* Pointed collar
* Elastic waist
* Pullover style
* Shown with crinoline in #1 (crinoline and belt not included)
* Made by a dressmaker or skilled home sewer

MEASUREMENTS: Manni is a US 6-8. Fits like a modern 12-14. Your measurements should be slightly smaller than these:

Bust: 44" / 112 cm
Waist, unstretched: 34" / 86 cm
(elastic is approx. 16" below shoulder -- 41 cm)
Length: 44" / 112 cm

CONDITION: Excellent. Photo 5 shows 2 spots near hem--very hard to see when the dress is on. Otherwise, everything's solid and sturdy without issues. Freshly cleaned and ready to wear.

BEST USED FOR: This dress is very wearable and looks cute without a crinoline or dressed up with a full crinoline. Use for design inspiration or any other use.

FABRIC AND CARE: Woven cotton. Hand wash and line dry, or dry clean. Warm iron.

HISTORICAL STYLE REFERENCE: Rockabilly style history: http://vintagefashionguild.org/fashion-history/rockabilly-then-now/

WHAT IS THE PREMIUM VINTAGE COLLECTION? Details here: http://www.etsy.com/teams/11463/chronologie-vintage-info-and-faqs/discuss/10988290/
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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 248 reviews
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