Vintage 80s Velvet & Denim Dress Sz 6 new products novelty items


vintage 80s Monique Fashions Velvet And Denim dress, long sleeve bodice is Velvet, skirt is maxi length and 100% Cotton denim. zippered , dress does have white spots of discoloration see images near hem , I think it's just a natural discoloration of Denim but I could be wrong. it really doesn't take away from the dress. the dress is old size 6 . measurements are roughly 51" from shoulder to hem and about 17" pit to pit. lycra polyester blend is bodice material. other than noted spotting of Denim, there are no rips stains or distressing. pet friendly non smoking home

Size6
CategoryWomen, Dresses, Maxi
ColorBlue, Black
Style Tags80s, Denim, Velvet




















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