Stunning 1950s winter white cocktail dress by Ferman O'Grady! Layers of scalloped white lace in that gorgeous 1950s cupcake style. Lace is sewn up on the bodice and ruffled down on the skirt. Wide chiffon waistband that is ruched at the sides. Oversized chiffon bow at the back of the waist. Detachable chiffon straps. Metal zipper down the back.
A darling Gunne Sax-esque number! This 1970s maxi dress is made of lightweight sheer poly cotton with a delicate blue rose pattern. Bodice is fitted with a racer back and large ruffle collar. Empire waist. Loose fitting maxi skirt. Fully lined. Zips up the back.
Comes with the sweetest ruffle cape that fits underneath the dress collar and snaps at the neckline.
This 1950s day dress made by Jonathan Logan is so versatile. It would make a darling Easter dress, a simple wedding dress or even just a casual dress for everyday wear! Fitted bodice with a scoop neck and short sleeves. Waist is ruched on the sides with a slight stretch because of this. Full skirt that is shown here with a light crinoline. Metal back zipper.
This vintage 1950s sweater dress is a classic knit featuring a fitted bodice with a body hugging ribbed skirt. The details along the scoop neckline on this ivory piece really give it that extra glamour. The bodice is fitted with a scoop neckline and cap sleeves, and features darling soustache floral trim and prong set rhinestones. The waist is banded elastic and the skirt is ribbed and hits mid calf.
Measurements: Bust: 32-40 inches Waist: 24-32 inches Hips: 36-44 inches Bodice Length: 17 inches Skirt Length: 33 inches *Fits approximately like a modern small
Label: None Material: Knit Condition: Great vintage condition. One yellow mark on the soustache under the left armhole.
Gorgeous vintage 1970s halter dress in soft gauzy cotton. Halter top ties at the back of the neck. While the front is fitted, the back of the bodice is smocked with an attached tie at the waist. Sheer crochet midsection. Flowing handkerchief hemline.
Measurements: Waist: 27-34 inches Hips: Full Skirt Length: 28 inches at the shortest part *Fits approximately like a modern medium
This 1960s cocktail dress made by Pat Premo is a true stunner. Fitted sleeveless bodice with a square neckline in front and deep square open back. Fitted waist with attached belt that ties at the back. Full skirt that hits just below the knees. Hidden pockets. Zips up the back.
Foxy Lady! Yep, that’s the label of this darling 1970s halter dress and top set. Gorgeous feminine floral print. Dress is a halter top bodice that buttons closed at the back of the neck. Empire waist. Loose fitting skirt that is cut on the bias and hugs the body. Skirt is lined. Zips up the back.
Matching jacket is so good! Great pink velvet and lace trim. Three quarter length sleeves. Ties in the front.
Vintage 1960s day dress in crisp white cotton. Fitted sleeveless bodice trimmed in grey and white cotton. Fitted waist. Slender skirt with kangaroo pockets that fold over and are trimmed in grey and white cotton. Buttons up the back.
Vintage 1960s wedding dress. Darling over-sized scalloped collar. Empire waist. Ecru fabric. Back collar has covered buttons and loops. Olive green ribbon accent just below the bustline. Full back metal zipper.
Vintage 1970's bohemian maxi dress in soft white eyelet. This beauty would make the sweetest wedding dress! Eyelet ruffle cap sleeve. Fitted bodice. Fitted empire waist with an attached tie. Gathered maxi skirt with wide ruffle hem. Bodice is lined but skirt is not and needs to be worn with a slip. Back zipper
A sweet and simple dress for the minimalist bride. This 1950s simple floor length gown is made of a lightweight white textured fabric, probably a cotton poly blend. Lovely scoop neck with a single decorative, pearlescent button. Fitted waist. Gorgeous slender floor length skirt with six wide pleats. 11-inch metal zipper on the left side seam. So versatile and has great, clean lines.
Material: Soft, lightweight cotton poly blend Label: None Condition: Good vintage condition. There is also a flaw in the fabric at the back left side of the dress. It looks similar to a light gray pencil mark. Not very noticeable and doesn’t detract from the overall beauty of the dress.