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50s Red Cotton Cocktail Dress2 by yystudio 50s Red Cotton Cocktail Dress2 by yystudio

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Red Black Cotton Short Sleeve Fitted Full Pleated Dress Audrey Hepburn

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*The pictures are taken against a white wall with white lights on. So the actual colour of the item might be a little darker.*

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Model: 164 cm, 85-63-86 cm;5.38 feet, 33.5-24.8-33.9 inch,

[Fabric] Fine cotton, very flowy.

[Size] Custom order to make.
May I know the measurements on:
1) height
2) shoulder: taken from any of your fitted non-stretchy oxford shirt style blouse, only between shoulder seams across the shoulder, and does not include the outer part of sleeves?
3) chest with bras on
4) girth arm length: the girth length of the biggest part of your upper arm.
5) waist 1 inch above your belly button where the smallest part of your upper body is
6) total length you want for the dress from shoulder seam to bottom hem.

[Description]

*New Look Series*

The most important feature in this dress is the skirt part. It is made of 8 sector pieces to reduce volume in the hip but add up flare hemline! It consumes much more working hours than normal circle skirts.

The waistband is detachable. It is deep-V neck in the back. There are 2 side pockets too.

A very classic 50s dress! The "New Look" actually was born in 1947, created by Christian Dior. It was a backlash from WWII's stringency, and was typically defined by the generousy use of luxurious fabrics, a wasp-waisted silhouette with widely flared skirts.

[Caring Instructions]

Cold water machine gentle washable. Washing bag recommended. Seperate colour wash.
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planxtafroggie Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
You design very twirlable skirts and dresses! ^^
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blightedangel Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This dress is fabulous! And honestly, it's nice to see something somewhat authentic too, considering how badly the era gets misinterpreted. Beautiful neckline, wonderful colour contrast, the fabric looks lovely and crisp. Thank you so much for sharing!
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