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Early 1950's Frenchshire New Look Navy Crépe and Lace Cocktail Dress (M)

Early 1950's Frenchshire New Look Navy Crépe and Lace Cocktail Dress (M)

Regular price $170.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $170.00 USD
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Our early 1950's navy crepe dress with lace and nude lined bodice is a classic and elegant piece of cocktail wear.  Here we have a mint condition vintage dress.

The lace and nude bodice, overlayed with navy pintucked georgette adds a touch of femininity and sophistication to the dress. The dress has a fitted waist, a swing skirt and a side zip closure.

Bust: 36"

Waist: 26.5"

Hip: 36"

Nape to Waist: 17.25"

Nape to Hem: 49"

Label reads: "FRENCHSHIRE, Fashions for the Women Men Remember"

FRENCHSHIRE, Fashions for the Women Men Remember is a clothing label that was founded in 1946 by Harry and Esther Friedman. The label was based in New York City and specialized in women's clothing. FRENCHSHIRE was known for its high-quality, stylish clothing that was often inspired by French fashion. The label was popular with celebrities and socialites, and its designs were often featured in magazines such as Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. FRENCHSHIRE closed in 1972, but its designs continue to be popular today.

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