Hunter Green Vintage 50s Sun Dress and Bolero -
Take a strong color like this deep forest green and make it into a sundress and you've got is the perfect backdrop for great accessories. Whether you wear it with your favorite gold locket, a cherry necklace (as we've shown), or colorful strands of beads, one thing is sure, you'll rake in compliments.
This dress is from the 50s. It's got a shirred bodice that does what this style of dress does best. It makes you look stacked! It's got a nice full skirt and a matched bolero. The whole affair is done up in cotton--dark green cotton. We definitely would love to see this on a red head, but it's a great choice for all hair colors.
This dress carries the Paulette Original from Chicago label. The dress zips in the back with a long metal zipper. And, the straps actually button off so if you wanted to have a strapless look, no prob'.
Stand-out in a sea of bright pastels and little black dresses. Wear green. It's such an unexpected color choice.
Very good. Two spots near hem that measure 1/2" total (that one's shown in our last photo.) The other is also at the hem and is white like this. Perhaps this brushed against something. These are right at the hemline.
Paulette Original Chicago
Hunter green or forest greenFabric:
Bust = 38 "
Waist = 29 "
Hip = 52 "
Shoulder to Waist = about 17 "
Length = 37 "