1970s Vintage Crochet Lace Bohemian Wedding Dress
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Fab 1970s festival dress which appears to have been made from a vintage 1950s/60s tan / ecru cotton-blend crocheted tablecloth. It is hourglass in shape, has large bell sleeves and a scoop neckline in front and back and tiny ivory scalloped edging. There are no zippers etc, slips on over the head. It is not lined and will need a slip or something else underneath. There are few very faint spots, they are barely noticeable and since this dress is the same front and back these could be positioned to the back, they are pointed out in last photo. The sash shown in the photos is not original to the dress and was made from modern ivory lace, it will be included with this dress.
No tags. There is a bit of stretch to this just like a cotton sweater so it will accommodate a large size than indicated by measurements depending on one's preference. Leave room for movement and for an under slip or garments. Measurements are approximate, taken flat and then doubled where necessary.
All measurements are given unstretched.
Bust - 32 inches
Waist - 30 inches
Hip - 40 inches
Length - 39 inches
Sleeve length along top edge - 26 inches
Sash - 116 x 3 inches
Fabric Content: Cotton
Garment Care: Professional Dry Clean Only
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