• Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!
  • Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!
  • Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!
  • Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!
  • Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!
  • Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!

Gorgeous 1950s Pink Roses Horrockses Designer Dress- New!

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Measurements

Size: Small

Bust:  34 inches + 86 cm (generous in bust area could accomodate larger)

Under Bust: 32 inches +81 cm

Waist: 26 inches + 66 cm

Hips: Free

Bodice Length from Outside Shoulder: 17 inches + 43 cm

Total Length from Outside Shoulder:  43 inches + 109 cm 

Hem Length: 3 inches + 8 cm

Zipper Length: 16 inches + 41cm

Note: Measurements taken from outside, flat and stretched seam to seam. 

 

Description

* Striking 1950s high quality crisp ivory polished cotton background dress

* Fabric design features gorgeous pink cabbage roses with green leaves

* Classic silhouette with cinched waist and full skirt

* Sleeveless chemise bodice with thin double shoulder straps that cross over

* Shelf bust with bright pink cotton contrasting insert and straps

* Pink bow under bust

* Bodice is boned for support with princess seams

* Very full circle skirt with inseam pockets on each side

* Lined bodice, finished seams with hand finished hem

* Low back with metal zipper

* Label reads Horrockses Fashions

Horrockses was founded in 1791 in Preston, UK as a cotton manufacturer. In 1946 the company started Horrockses Fashions Limited and the Horrockses label was born. The clothing was designed  in London, using the cotton that was produced by the Horrockses Mill in Preston. Most of their garments were made from their cotton, but they also used other fibres from other makers.

During the 1950s, Horrockses was famous for their colourful cotton floral prints, which were made into full-skirted summer dresses. These dresses were popular not only in Britain but they were also imported into the US, where they could be found at upscale stores such as B. Altman. The dresses, even though they were only cotton day dresses, were not cheap and were very well made. The company worked at improving the image of cotton and they were very successful. The company’s top designers left in 1958 and the company was sold to Steinberg & Sons in 1964. The label was discontinued in 1983. Courtesy of the Vintage Fashion Guild

 

Condition 

Believe me this is a sensational dress. Its one of the nicest Horrockses I have had the pleasure of owning.   No notable flaws that I can see, its in beautiful condition and looks as if it has hardly been worn.. Cleaned and ready to wear. Please drop us a line if your require additional information about this listing.

 

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Availability
This item is within our selling stock. In the unlikely event that two buyers purchase this item concurrently, payment will be immediately refunded to the latter purchaser. We apologise in advance should this rare circumstance arise.


Postage
We make every effort to post your item within 1-3 days of payment. Should a circumstance arise where we are unable to post within this timeframe (eg we are away at a fair) we will contact you immediately. Please note that our postage charges are based on standard international and domestic air packages - all with tracking. If you want to upgrade to express postage or require insurance, please contact us prior to checkout and we will adjust the rates accordingly.

LayBys/Layaways
Yes we do offer flexible layby/layaway options and are open to negotiation as to the time period. Obviously, the more expensive the item the longer the time you will have to finalise payment. Contact us to see how accommodating we can be :)

Special Orders
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Photography
Our photos are taken with a mix of studio and ambient lighting. Whilst we take care with the colour balance of our photos, individual computer monitors register colours differently depending on their calibration. If you want the exact colour shade drop us a line and we will give you the Universal Pantone colours that match the item.