What a keeper this is!
Made from 100% cotton the quality can be seen in the beautiful fabric choice and cut of this 1970s classic. 
The empire line bodice is made from bottle green needlecord which is nicely tailored at the front and has a square neckline which is complimented by the square set of the short sleeves. Both sleeves and skirt are made from a medium weight floral cotton in brown, rust and creme with a bottle green background. The skirt has three tiers, the top and bottom matching the sleeves while the middle tier has a bigger bolder floral design.
The dress fastens at the back with a discreet zipper and hook and eye at the neck. A floral cotton tie belt can found either side of the waist. The left upper chest has a flower motif picked out in the floral cotton and edged with satin stitch.


Underarm to underarm 17" / 43cm approx 34" / 86cm bust
Shoulder to shoulder 14" / 35.5cm
Shoulder to sleeve edge 10" / 25.5cm
Underam 3.5" / 8.5cm
Under bust across 15" / 38cm
Back of neck to hem 43" / 109cm
Under bust (skirt length) to hem 31" / 79cm
Belt length (each side) 25.5" / 65cm


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Vintage 1970s Floral Print & Needlecord Peasant Dress with Tiered Skirt by Penny