Vintage 1960 Blue Cotton Twill Dress with Fish Appliqué - New!
Bust: 34 inches + 86 cm
Waist: 26 inches + 66 cm
Bodice Length: 16 inches + 41 cm
Total Length: 39 inches + 99.06 cm
* Gorgeous early 60s blue cotton denim twill dress
* Classic silhouette with cinched waist and very full skirt
* Scooped neck bodice decorated with red rick rack trim
* Very full gathered skirt
* Lovely red bandana print applique fish on white line which extends to waist
*Working back metal zipper
This dress is in excellent condition with no rips, stains, major fading or holes.
The only point to make is that the fabric may not be as vibrant colour as it was originally but the dress presents beautifully and the colouring is consistent.
I have since found an ad in the 1960 Spiegel catalog which shows a very similar denim dress with bandana print, the applique is a rooster rather than the fish which is featured on this dress.
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