Southwestern Print Vintage 70s Shirt Dress -
This wasn't going to hit the website, but sometimes, you have to face the music. Lucitebox can't rock this colorway. What a disappointment because the dress is smoking and the print is awesome. We're thinking this would be terrific on a redhead. It would also be spectacular on someone with an olive skin tone.
Made of slinky, medium- weight polyester, the dress is classic '70s with a pointed collar, slim long sleeves and buttons all the way down the front. It's a disco shirt parading as a dress from New Mexico. LOVE the print--rich burnt sienna, black, white and orange comprise this very stylish Southwestern pattern. If you're picking up on the Alfred Shaheen vibe, then you'll get an easy "A" in our Comparative Fashion History class. Further, if you noticed the Clovis Ruffin influence, you'll get extra credit. If you wear this with tall boots in Fall, you're sure to be on somebody's best dressed list, too.
Very Good to Good. This is freshly laundered. There are three small holes/pulls in the fabric at the shoulder. They're about 1" from the shoulder seam and not that easy to detect. You can see them in our last photo. It's possible that they could be repaired with matched thread as the holes are rather small.
Avalon Classics, Inc.
Tan, orange, burnt sienna, black, white. Fabric:
Bust = 41 "
Waist = 35 "
Hip = 40 "
Shoulder to Waist = there's no defined waist approx. 15 1/2 "
Shoulder = 16 1/2 "
Sleeve = 22 1/2 "
Length = 38 1/2 "