Size: M to L
Bust: measures 36” unstretched, very easily stretches up to 38”. Maximum reasonable stretch, up to 42”
High waist/underbust seam: measures 28” unstretched, very easily stretches up to 32”. Maximum reasonable stretch, up to 36”
Hip: measures 50” flat, for up to approx. 44” with very loose fit
Length: 38” from shoulder to hem
Underarm to high waist seam length: 4”
Sleeve: 9” long, with opening of max. 15” around, with reasonable stretch
Label: Berkliff. Labeled vintage size large, 38/40. Polyester/cotton blend.
This deadstock vintage 1960s babydoll dress in a neon bright floral print is equally ready to glow in the sunshine, or party under a blacklight! The candy pink empire bodice has elastic in the scooped neckline, high waist and short, puffed sleeves. A tiny bow--to match the neon floral print skirt--trims the center neckline. The skirt section is gathered by the elastic at the high waist/underbust seam, is slightly A-line in shape, and features serious 1960s flower power, in dayglo shades of pink, green, orange, white, and yellow. The lightweight fabric is unlined and still very crisp and new (unworn). In very good condition, the dress has one issue: a tiny, faint spot on the pink bodice, near the high waist seam in front. It is unlikely to be noticed when the dress is worn, and may be somewhat improved by future laundering/spot treating. This cheerful 1960s dress straddles the line between mod, go-go girl and hippie style—totally 1960s and totally cute!