Amazing Asymmetrical Vintage 50s Shirt Dress -
We are really struck by this dress, particularly the asymmetrical button down closure and all of the red seam binding. This dress is just one more example of why vintage dresses are so good. Even at a moderate price point, the manufacturers weren't chintzy with details.
This winsome 50s dress is by Penny Sherman (you know, of the Sherman Shops.) Check out the cute label. And, the original 1950s markdown on it is still on the paper tag. Ladies, this one's never been worn.
It's made of 100% cotton. Buttons galore and a little added red sash belt for extra styling action--wowee. We are sad. Not our size. The print is great, too. Thin rectangles in black and red and a few stripey bars, too. Very cool, no?
Okay. You want something that's unique and has never been worn? You got it in this Penny Sherman dress. Now please--take it before someone else beats you to it.
New Old Stock. No flaws
White, Black, Blue, Red.Fabric:
Bust = 38 "
Waist = 27 1/2 "
Hip = 54 "
Shoulder to Waist = 16 "
Shoulder = No seams--approximated at 16 "
Length = 45 1/2 "