Sky blue, short-sleeved, roll-neck shift dress from the 1960s. Linen-texture, easy-care fabric. Darts for shaping, self-fabric belt. White-trimmed scalloped "eyelet" detail down front. Closes at back with metal Conmatic zip and top hook&eye. Unlined. Deep hem. Union made in the U.S.A. From the McGee Trust.
Labels: R&K For the Girl Who Knows Clothes, 1963-'74 ILGWU label
read about R&K here, at the VFG's Label Resource
Fiber/Care: unmarked, linen-weave rayon or polyester blend, washable
Condition: minor discoloration at underarms and interior back of neck. looks like the loop that held a tag is still in place under one arm - just snip it off from the inside. we replaced the broken thread eye with a vintage metal one.
*This shift dress and matching belt are freshly laundered and ready to wear.*
waist: max. 33"/84cm
belt: .75"/2cm x 75"/190.5cm
(BDV SKU: 00431-016)
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