Tanner of North Carolina made lovely day dresses. Not fancy, but fun and well-constructed. This late 60s or early 70s belted shift dress features a playful lily pad print in white on grass green. Collared V-neck, short sleeves, bust darts, and princess seams with in-seam pockets. Thread loop holds the self-fabric belt. Unlined, with pinked seams and both rayon and lace hem tapes. Silky soft, cool and easy-care. From the Mullins Collection.
Labels: Tanner of North Carolina
read about the company's history, here, at the Vintage Fashion Guild
Fiber/Care: unmarked, nylon or nylon/poly, washable
Condition: there's rippling of the fabric at the hem. we restitched an open seam where the left thread loop was (it fell off and we'll include it in case you want to replace it -- we think there's more flexibility without).
*This dress is freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
(please ignore vintage size 18 label and go by the following)
bust: 43"/109cm + darts
waist: max 42"/106.5cm, cinch with belt
hips (at pocket bottom): 48"/122cm
belt is 60"/152.5cm long, and
1.5"/3.75cm wide at back,
3.5"/8.5cm wide at ends
Shown clipped to better fit skinny Lola the Mannequin.
(BDV SKU: 00467-049)
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