A dress for a garden party, a wedding, a posh picnic--something in the sun. By Coco of California, it's in a fine cotton lawn of vivid lemon yellow with large white polkadots and it's fully lined in yellow acetate. That enormous white sailor collar is finished at the neck with a faux bow. Fastens via three self buttons in front. No size label, but it's about a size 4 or 6.
Measurements: Bust 37", waist 28", length 58", shoulder 14"
STORY: Did Mary not even wear this? The clue is in the scratchy paper care label, still attached. Hardly any of her pieces have care labels--she hated the things!
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