What a sweet little frock. Great for summer because it's in cool crisp cotton, and suits all seasons because of the palette and that print, really vibrant colors of flowers and fruit on black, with no fading or anything--I think it may have never been worn. It's got a deep V neck and back, a drop wait that comes down to a point, with a cheeky yellow bow on the left, and a gathered skirt that's exaggerated by the stiff black netting underskirt. It's very flattering and girly and really well made too, in the USA. Back zip, size "3 / 4", whatever that is--see measurements.
Measurements: waist 28", bust 34", length 36", shoulder to waist 18"
STORY: Love that label: Absolutely! And its hidden petticoat. And those colors really pop. I got this in Jacksonville Florida in a great vintage store. Only wore it once.
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