The 'One Day You'll Be Cool' Dress
£ 145 GBP
. One available
If you feel (truly, deeply) that you should have been born in the seventies, this one is for you. She's a long-length vintage dress; best known for her iconic orange print and flamboyant fluted sleeves. Her bodice is made up of a delicate square neckline and faux, covered-button detailing which hide the front zip fastening. She nips in at the waist and falls perfectly into a full skirt. The label tells us she's a Susan Small dress, best known for their party and evening dresses and that she's made from dacron cotton. Excellent vintage condition.
Armpit to Armpit: 17", Waist: 14", Length: 53"
Less is more when it comes to washing her. Repeated vigorous washing damages the fibres of clothing. With this delicate beauty, we'd recommend spot cleaning when required. The original label says dry clean only, we'd stick with that to make sure you keep her in the best condition. Fits like UK 8-10.
Modelled by Emma who is a size S and 5”7.
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