1970s dress in the style of a 1930s bias cut is made of rayon crepe with a sketch art rose print. It has a deep ruffled panel in the lower part of the skirt trimmed with a smaller ruffle at the hem and cross-over V neckline. The dress is designed to look like a bias cut but it does not have the stretch that you would get if it was actually cut on the bias so please note there is very little to no stretch to this dress.
The dress is unlined and pulls on over the head with no closures.
100% Rayon, feels like rayon crepe.
This listing is for the dress only and does not include any of the jewelry/necklaces.
Bust 36+" One size fits most. It has plenty of room due to the V cut and gathers.
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