• 1950s  Orange Roses Organza Party Dress  - New! (special order)
  • 1950s  Orange Roses Organza Party Dress  - New! (special order)
  • 1950s  Orange Roses Organza Party Dress  - New! (special order)
  • 1950s  Orange Roses Organza Party Dress  - New! (special order)
  • 1950s  Orange Roses Organza Party Dress  - New! (special order)
  • 1950s  Orange Roses Organza Party Dress  - New! (special order)

1950s Orange Roses Organza Party Dress - New! (special order)

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Measurements

Size: Small - Medium

Bust: 38 inches +  91.44 cm

Waist: 30 inches + 66.04 cm (could stretch for another inch or so - 2.54 cm)

Bodice Length: 17 inches + 43 cm

Hips: free

Total Length: 48 inches + 109.22 cm

Special order for Rachelle on hold until 3pm Saturday 13 May...

Note to Rachelle'''this is very similar to the other Jonathon Logan that is currently on hold but in a different colour range as you can see. It should fit you...:)

Description

* Vintage 1950s deep orange cabbage roses print on white organza

* Double layered skirt - top layered printed bottom layer white

* Lovely contrast pleated cummerbund waist

* Classic silhouette with fitted bodice and very full skirt

* Large tails at the back

* Fully lined with white acetate

* Back metal zipper

* Label reads Jonathon Logan

Jonathan Logan was a popular manufacturer of women’s classic dresses, have been foundered in 1944.  The brand was a stable of just about every young girl's closet during the 1950s and 60s. In fact by 1966, Jonathan Logan had become one of the largest ready to wear companies in the USA.

Jonathan Logan eventually became a collection of fourteen different brands, each geared to a different consumer group. What do these vintage labels have in common: Betty Barclay, Butte Knit, R & K Originals, Youth Guild and Jonathan Logan? At one time, all of these labels were popular divisions of the first large apparel conglomerate, Jonathan Logan. These labels were on some of the most popular dresses and sportswear from the 1950’s through 1970’s, and today, vintage collectors seek out these labels for their style and quality.

 

Comment

This vintage dress has been carefully looked after and is in excellent condition for its age. Remember this dress is over sixty years old and has no major flaws that I can see ...very slight underarm discolouration but hardly noticeable price adjusted for this minor blemish.

Shown with a crinoline which are not included.

We are more than happy to answer any inquires about this item or to negotiate a mutually agreeable lay-by arrangement.  If you are looking for something that you don't currently find in our shop - drop us a line, we would love to accommodate you with a listing!

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 if this rare circumstance arises.

Please Note: Care is taken in the reproduction of photos to ensure the most accurate depiction, however monitor colours can vary between devices due to differences in settings. If colour verification is critical, please contact us and we will give you the universal Pantone colour that matches the item.