Bust: measures 33” flat to fit up to 32”
Waist: not fitted
Hip: measures 38” flat to fit up to 34” loosely
Length: 35” from top of shoulder to hem
Top of shoulder to lower edge of arm opening: 7.75” (adjust with buttons)
Why is this mod 1960s mini dress super awesome? Because it is reversible! This sleeveless shift style 60s dress reverses from neon or dayglo bright striped cotton on one side, to plain emerald green cotton on the other. The wide straps can be adjusted slightly, using the buttons. The dress has a square neckline, front and back, with bust darts to shape the bodice. The skirt section is just slightly flared from hips to hem—not quite wide enough to be a truly A-line dress, but the suggestion of it. In very good to excellent condition, this dress has no actual issues, but it was somewhat less than expertly home sewn—visible mainly at the slightly lumpy hem--although it is totally wearable. Channel your inner groovy mod girl—like Twiggy or Penelope Tree, for example—with this cute 1960s shift dress!