Early 1950s (late 40's) sundress in an achetypal motif pattern novelty print in candy stripe colors of pink, lilac, red and white. Square neckline with loosely fitted bodice and waist line and large patch pockets on the hips.
The dress is unlined and buttons all the way down the front with white round plastic buttons. It is cotton or cotton blend. Original belt included.
This listing is for the dress only and does not include the jewelry, handbags, or accessories.
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Condition: Excellent with a tiny visible slit in the fabric at each arm hole 'curve'. The right one has a few repair stitches (not by me) where the fabric was gathered up on the underside to allow for the stitches almost to form a small dart and the left side has not been touched and could use a few stitches. Refer to last four images showing these slits.
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