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Vintage 1960's Dress | Rich Red Velvet with Ruched Hip & Bead Work | Size XXS

$87.00

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Product Type: Dresses & Gowns

Vendor: Daggers & Dames

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This lovely 1960s dress is made from lush, rich red velvet material with loads of texture. A deep boat neck lets the straps graze the very tips of the shoulders with a perfectly tailored bodice that fits the form tightly, making it perfect to wear over a waspie or longline bullet brassiere. Gathered at the hips with a luscious skirt with extravagant folds, providing stunning shadows and highlights. Shiny red beads to give depth and a bit of sparkle. This beautiful dress is very flattering, with a low back and hemline that falls just below the knee. Perfect for formal events or when you want an extra element of glam.

CONDITION - Excellent: no holes, stains or rips. There is one area in the taffeta lining right at the edge where the folded fabric split, but there is no fraying or missing stitches. One missing bead where the small hole was stitched shut, hides in the folds and I could not find it again to save my life! Restitched the zipper to the dress at the waist, invisible on the outside.

BRAND/LABEL - Unknown

COLOR - Red

MATERIAL - Velvet, taffeta

SIZE - XXS/XS

MEASUREMENTS:
- Taken while laying flat, relaxed, then doubled.
- Measurements given for comfort and coverage.

BUST - 33" WAIST - 24" HIP - 44" LENGTH - 41"

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CONDITION CHART:
MINT - New, no flaws, never worn
EXCELLENT - Used, no noticeable flaws
VERY GOOD - Used, minor to no flaws
GOOD - Visible wear, minor flaws
FAIR - numerous flaws, fragile, needs repairs
POOR - Damaged, use for display or study

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