1950s Grey Seersucker Shirtwaister Dress, By Edward Barry, 45in Bust

  • £95.00
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A 1950s shirtwaister is always a must in the vintage collectors closet, and this little grey number is a great seasonal transitional piece. Made from wonderful grey stripe seersucker, it is easily worn alone with summer sandals or pumps, but come autumn you can don some boots and some bright knitwear to give it some punch. A grey dress is a great staple piece as it really can go with any other colour so you will get plenty of wear out of this one!

• Light grey with dark grey textured seersucker stripe
• Wide notched collar
• Short sleeves with ability for turn ups
• Fake slip pockets to the bust and hips 
• Elasticated sections to the waist as the back 
• Mid length skirt with a more fitted pencil look, gusset to back for movement
• Fastens with black shiny buttons to the front
• Made from a midweight seersucker fabric
• Unlined
• Edward Barry Inc by Miller Randazzo label to the back, Lenore Zapolean Dayton Ohio shop label inside
• Care/composition: None


Bust: 45in
Waist: 35-38in
Hips: 42in
Length: 44in with 2in hem
Shoulder to Waist: 18in
Shoulder to Shoulder: 17in 
Sleeve: 12.5in full length no turn up

We advise paying close attention to the actual measurements of the garment. Please get in touch if you have any questions.

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