Bust: measures 41” flat to fit approx. 40” or smaller
High waist/ribcage: measures 37” flat, to fit approx. 35” somewhat loosely
Hip: measures 46” flat, to fit loosely for approx. 42” or smaller
Length: 29.5” from shoulder to hem in front
Underarm to high waist length: 3” Sleeve length: 20”
Shoulder to shoulder: 14.5”
Sleeve width at upper arms: 13” around, maximum
This ivory lace 1960s micro mini dress (or tunic) has sheer bell sleeves, a wide scoop neckline, and an ivory acetate satin band with center front bow, trimming the high/empire waist. From a mod wedding to a fabulous “Swinging Sixties” cocktail event, this cute mini dress will be the life of the party! The acetate lace is lined with ivory acetate taffeta--except for the three-quarter-length bell sleeves, which are unlined. The skirt flares just slightly from hips to hem, echoing the flared shape of the sleeves. The dress fastens in back with metal zipper. It is in very good condition, with a couple of small, faintly yellowed marks on the lace, the most visible of which we show in our close-up photo. They are unlikely to be noticed when the dress is worn. This late 1960s mini dress is quite short, and may have originally been worn over pants, as a tunic. It will appear somewhat longer on a more petite lady, than it does shown here, on our tall mannequin. The last photo shows the dress pinned to fit more tightly on the mannequin, while the others show it unpinned.