A sweet duo in a --very hi-tech for the time -- Orlon (60%) Rayon (40%) mix fabric with a cool hand somewhere between a light wool and a brushed cotton. The top is buttoned in back, though we've shown it backwards to prove it can be done, and sort of prefer it that way. It features a faux fur collar in leopard print and bracelet length sleeves. The skirt is softly pleated onto a narrow waistband, fastens with a (metal) side zip and has cotton keepers for a belt. The brand is the delightful sounding Cot-n-Tween, hailing from Dallas.
Measurements: Top, bust 36", length 21", shoulder 15". Skirt, waist 25", length 22" with a generous 5" hem.
Sold $ 95.00
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