Bold Plaid Vintage 50s Cotton Day Dress -
More people should wear red and green together more often. These colors aren't strictly Christmas colors, you know. Sometimes they're just right for Spring and Summer. You've heard of Christmas in July, right?
This dress looks dynamite with our dangling cherry necklace, doesn't it? We're impressed with the way the big window pane plaid is so carefully and expertly aligned. It's no surprise that the dress carries the Toni Todd label--a manufacturer that seldom disappoints in the Cute Department.
This vintage 50s shirtwaist dress is made of soft cotton fabric. The bodice features large white buttons, pointy turn-back cuffs, and a fabulous pointy collar. We've shown the skirt with a crinoline, but it's still got plenty of swing to it when worn without one. The dress closes on the side with a metal zipper and the buttons are fully functional, too.
Red and green--surely you can wear them together whenever you want. Why not? You're an independent sort. You wear vintage, don't you?
VERY GOOD to EXCELLENT, the waist seam has one flaw. It's got about 4 broken stitches.
Red and greenFabric:
Bust = 40 "
Waist = 29 "
Hip = 52 "
Shoulder to Waist = 171/2 Inches "
Shoulder = 16 1/2 "
Length = 43 "