Brilliant Tropical Vintage 70s Hawaiian Dress -
Here's a gorgeous example straight from the islands! This super charged, super bright, eye-popping Hawaiian dress will be the hit of the summer season. It's a sleeveless affair with a somewhat fitted bodice and a long sheath like silhouette. The dress also features a flowing cotton watteau train in the back that's sure to illicit lots of "oohs and ahs!" If your luau features dancing, all the better!
The dress was made sometime in the late 60s/early 70s and is a maxi style. It's made from what feels like a soft cotton, but it may be a blend. It's still quite cool and breathable. The dress has a long metal zipper in the back and an Evelyn Margolis label.
Tropical and, oh, so exciting, this Hawaiian gown is not your average boxy muʻumuʻu cut. It's at once both dazzling and sexy.
Perfect. No flaws
Evelynn Margolis Hawaii
Vibrant hues of blue, pink, green, and, orange and whiteFabric:
Cotton with a small amount of dacron or some other fiber.Fabric Notes:
This feels just like cotton, but it may be a blend. It's soft and it does breathe.
Bust = 38 "
Waist = 29 "
Hip = 40 "
Length = 45-47 watteau about 2 inches longer than dress "