One Shoulder Asymmetrical Vintage 60s Draped Black Gown -
Formal events of the black tie variety might not be regular occurrences in your life, but when you're faced with outfitting yourself for such a soiree, why not turn your thoughts towards this 60s vintage gown? It's simple. It's sedate. And it is far more grown-up glam than all the strapless, Cinderella-type ball gowns that are fast becoming formal wear norm.
Enter this fitted dress with a fabulous draped bodice. This is a different kind of fairy tale dress. It's one that's both modern and chic. The bodice silhouette creates the look of a one-shoulder dress without being one. It's quite a sculptural looking bodice. Notice the back, too. That dips down quite low and features a trailing long drapey cowl. Smashing!
This Grecian goddess dress is made of black crepe and it's fully lined. It closes in the back with a long metal zipper and is finished at the back with a deep slit.
Quite simple, really. And sometimes, that's the key to looking better than everyone else. Keep it simple, Cinderella.
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Crepe lined in black acetate.
Bust = 38 "
Waist = 28 "
Hip = 40 "
Shoulder to Waist = 16 1/2 "
Length = 46 "
Additional Notes = Slit is 12 "