1950s short-sleeved coat in tiny black and white checks. Lightweight for three-season wear. Trimmed in black at the pointed collar, side vents, and edges of the kimono-cut elbow-length sleeves. Topper is fully lined in silky black acetate. Huge dome buttons slip through bound button holes. Hook and thread eye beneath collar. Somewhat shallow side pockets. From the Martha A. estate.Labels
: none - does not appear to be home sewnFiber/Care
: unmarked, mostly likely rayon with acetate lining, dry-cleanCondition
: there's a small and unnoticeable repair to the lining at the left underarm (email us for a photo if you are at all concerned)
*We've had this coat professionally dry-cleaned and it's ready to wear.*Garment Measurements
- easy fit means it should work for a wide range of sizes, but probably best on a medium frame -
bust and waist: 44"/111.5cm
sleeve from neck edge to cuff: 19"/48.25cm
approximate shoulder width (no seams): 17"/43cm
(BDV SKU: 00520-017)
The mint green belted 60s/70s shift dress shown in the last photo has sold. The black patent frame purse is available, but not yet listed. Please contact us for details. We're happy to offer a discount on multiple items.
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