Vintage 1970's CSC Studio Dress Slinky size Med official website

Vintage 1970's CSC Studio dress. Size M Slinky
Multi color

Approximate measurements
Laying flat without stretching

Armpit to armpit 22"
Waist 17"
Hips 20"
Shoulder to hem length 52"

CategoryWomen, Dresses, Maxi

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This lesson focuses on the 1964 landmark freedom of the press case New York Times v. Sullivan01325 Armani Exchange Square Sunglasses,


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