This backless halter neck maxi dress from the late 1960s or early 70s has a deep V neckline with ruffled trim, a wide, fitted waist panel, and a long, nearly straight skirt, with a sexy super-high slit at the center back. The psychedelic abstract floral print polyester fabric is in an unusual palette of neutrals: white, tan, and charcoal grey. The halter bodice ties at the back of the neck and is gathered just above the underbust seam at the top of the wide waist panel. The lower seam of this panel will sit at about the natural waist. The medium-weight woven polyester has no stretch to it, but the bust area has some flexibility in sizing, depending on how much skin you’d like to show, when it is worn. Below the open back, the skirt fastens with a plastic zipper. The bodice section only is lined with a white cotton and polyester blend fabric. In excellent condition, this late 60s-70s maxi sundress is versatile enough to go anywhere, from casual brunch to a fancy night out, and would be the perfect dress to pack for a beach vacation!
Bust: 33” flat, to fit approx. 32” with some extra rom in the cups
Underbust seam/ribcage: 27.5” flat to fit approx. 26”
Waist: 26” flat to fit approx. 25”
Hip: 40” flat to fit up to 36” loosely
Back of neck to waist seam length: 16”
Waist to hem length: 36.5”
Skirt slit in back: extends 20” up from hem