A darling of a dancing skirt, this is in a very technical fabric for the midcentury, a full circle, cleverly perma-pleated and kept bouyant by a built in stiff netting underskirt. There's a metal side zip and a belt with buckle and four holes. No size or care or even brand marks, but see below for measurements--the waist is tiny, and that's the only part that has to fit. Note the stain shot--it is not nearly as bad as it looks here. In fact we had trouble finding it again, so buried in pleats is it.
Measurements: waist 23", length 24"
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