Unreal Vintage 60s Mod Graphic Mr. Dino Dress -
Mr. Dino is perhaps a lesser known master of getting it right. This is the way you lay out a print. For hundreds of dollars more, you can have your vintage Pucci, but why not choose a designer who resides on the fringe of high fashion? Instant cocktail conversation comes free with this dress. Surely, you'll want to tell everyone you're wearing a dress designed by a guy who named his company Mr. Dino because he liked Dean Martin.
This 60s dress is the mother of all attention-getting, compliment-fetching, crowd-wowing dresses. When you're searching for something with major style impact, it's good to have something that's comfortable and easy to wear. It's good to have something that's fun to wear. It's good to have something that's not like anything you've seen on anyone else. This dress is all that and more.
Let's start from the bottom and work our way up. The pleated skirt has a bold geometric print in mustard yellow, white, and black. At each pleat, (one center front and one center back) the print is matched perfectly. Then, the slightly dropped waist has a nice corresponding border print. Fitted (but not tight) through the bodice, the deep black really makes the shift style pop. The dress closes with a long zipper in the back.
You really don't need much to make this any more special than it is. Tights, shoes and you in this high impact artful dress. I think that just about does it.
Near perfect. There is one barely noticable pull in the knit under the bust that the size of a pea.
Black, mustard, white.Fabric:
Polyester jersey.Fabric Notes:
This stretches. It's got give.
Bust = 40 "
Waist = 34 "
Hip = 44 "
Shoulder = 16 1/2 "
Sleeve = 9 "
Length = 37 "
Additional Notes = This stretches and the box pleat opens wider. We measured for an ideal fit, not a skin tight fit. "