Medium 1960s Tan Cotton Dress
This listing is for one dress. The textile is cotton. Unique tan dress. The cotton fabric is woven to look like linen. The short sleeve bodice has a boatneck. Matching belt cinches the waist. The skirt is cut into panels with an magenta abstract patten underskirt. When the wearer moves the underskirt peeks out. In strong condition to be worn.
Condition Details: Very Good - There is very subtle discoloration under both arms. The belt left areas of wear on the dress: There is a repair to the front left side just above the waist and two thin areas in the textile at the front right above the waist and at the back right above the waist. The interior placket of the collar is dingy on the front and back, but this is not visible when worn. The front flap skirt overlay has two very faint stains on the center front, both about 2" across and a faint, but large, watermark. There is dusty discoloration at the bottom of the overlay on the right and left outer corners. There is a 4" vertical gray mark on the back right side of the bodice above the waist. There is a 3" faint brown mark near the bottom of the left side of the skirt, and a 0.5" vertical orange mark on the right side of the skirt just below the knee. The printed underskirt has no notable flaws. Presents nicely.
Size Marked: 15
Approximate Size: Medium
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Fabric: Dress-100% Cotton, Underskirt-100% Rayon
Lining Type: Partially Lined
Closure: Zipper, Hook & Eye
Label: Kerrybrooke, Sears
Shoulder to Shoulder: 15.5"
Shoulder to Cuff: 7.5"
All measurements taken with garment flat and doubled when necessary.
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