Striking fuchsia pink 1970s maxi dress with decorative covered buttons and bow at the collar. Lined skirt and body, with sheer bell sleeves and elegant high round neckline. This block colour gown will surely make a statement. Robert Dorland was one of the lesser-known designers used by Diana Warren (a fashion boutique located on the Blackpool Promenade from the 1950s to the 1970s; it was one of the main outlets in the north of England at that time). Dorland is a London based designer of the 1950s and 1960s who made bright day wear as well as sophisticated evening wear. Simple, chic and striking. Zipped back.
All measurements (apart from Shoulder to Hem) are taken with garment laid flat, unstretched and then doubled.
||Light weight polyester chiffon and lined in a matching blue acetate
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