Slinky Vintage 70s Pucci for Chesa Shirt -
During the 70s, slinky nylon jersey shirts were ubiquitous. We called them disco shirts and few had the good fortune to own one by Pucci for Chesa.
The Pucci line for Chesa was comprised of some really great unisex shirts. As with the main line, this graphic and bold Pucci is also covered in Emilio's signature. It has a striking print in gray and yellow with black outlines. This short sleeved affair has a banded waist that fits loosely and can either be worn tucked in or loose. The shirt sleeves have flat cuffs, too.
If you're after something by the Italian Master of Prints that's hardly "disco," this 70s Pucci shirt ought to do the trick. We've styled it for a woman, but surely, it would look dashing as dashing on a man.
This is in GOOD condition and is being sold AS IS. There's a repair shown at right. It's a zig zag stitch that's less than 1/4" long on the underside of the the sleeve near the cuff. There are also two pin prick holes shown in 2nd to last photo. There's one other hole on the shirt near the armpit that's much smaller than a dried pea. See last photo for that flaw. Otherwise clean and ready to wear.
Emilio Pucci for Chesa
White, gray, yellow, black. Fabric:
100% Silky Nylon.
Bust = 46 "
Waist = at the bottom 38 "
Shoulder = 17 "
Sleeve = 9 1/2 "
Length = 25 "
Additional Notes = This shirt is a man's shirt. It buttons on the right. "