Vintage 1950s Chevron Striped Day Dress - New!
Bust: 34-36 inches + 86.36- 91.44 cm
Waist: 26 inches + 66.04 cm
Total Length: 46 inches + 137.16 cm
* Lovely 1950s bold chevron striped and quilted dress
* Beautiful v- neckline front and back
* Classic silhouette with very full skirt
* Side seam hip pockets
* Back metal zipper
* Designer label Anne Fogarty
Anne Fogarty (1919-1980) started her design career in 1948 working for Youth Guild. In 1950, she went to work for Margot, Inc. Her dresses commonly had fitted bodices and full skirts with crinolines, but after 1956, her look narrowed somewhat, with longer, straighter skirts. Fogarty began doing designs exclusively for Saks Fifth Avenue in 1957.
This vintage dress has been well looked after and is in great condition for its age - minuscule hole at edge by shoulder and at hem bottom edge. Not noticeable at all. Belt used for presentation purposes only and not included in listing.
Some items may be pinned to the form for presentation purposes.
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