60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S$325.00

  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
  • 60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S
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Size: small
Measurements: bust: 36.5 | waist: 26
Condition: Very good - minimal signs of wear and tear
60s/70s Vintage 60s Mosaic Print Hostess Gown | S

Made in the late 1960s, this hostess dress is such a dream, in gorgeous watercolor graphic print. Beginning in the 1930s (until about the 1970s), when receiving guests at home, hostesses would wear a long, flowing gown in a bright print and gauzy fabric; often it would have a split down the front, and be worn over pants, as is the case with this piece. However, I added some discrete hooks to the top of the slit, so that it can be worn as a dress with nothing under (the bodice and skirt are fully lined). Of course, you could layer over palazzo pants, cigarette pants, shorts, a skirt... the possibilities are seriously endless. It features a ruffled V-neck, and a ribbon belt— I love that the belt has a snap closure in the back and is attached to the dress for a clean look— a finishing that we don't often see in modern ready-to-wear clothing. Secures in the back with a zip closure.

Measurements:
Shoulders: 14"
Chest: 36.5"
Waist: 26"
Hips are open
Length: 54" (could easily be hemmed!)
Great vintage condition. Very minor wear includes some irregularity to fabric texture in a tiny area (not very visible but something you could feel by touching). With any questions about the specific condition or size, please email shop@verybreezy.com for additional photos or measurements.

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This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage seller in New York, NY.

Made in the late 1960s, this hostess dress is such a dream, in gorgeous watercolor graphic print. Beginning in the 1930s (until about the 1970s), when receiving guests at home, hostesses would wear a long, flowing gown in a bright print and gauzy fabric; often it would have a split down the front, and be worn over pants, as is the case with this piece. However, I added some discrete hooks to the top of the slit, so that it can be worn as a dress with nothing under (the bodice and skirt are fully lined). Of course, you could layer over palazzo pants, cigarette pants, shorts, a skirt... the possibilities are seriously endless. It features a ruffled V-neck, and a ribbon belt— I love that the belt has a snap closure in the back and is attached to the dress for a clean look— a finishing that we don't often see in modern ready-to-wear clothing. Secures in the back with a zip closure.

Measurements:
Shoulders: 14"
Chest: 36.5"
Waist: 26"
Hips are open
Length: 54" (could easily be hemmed!)
Great vintage condition. Very minor wear includes some irregularity to fabric texture in a tiny area (not very visible but something you could feel by touching). With any questions about the specific condition or size, please email shop@verybreezy.com for additional photos or measurements.

@VERYBREEZY — Follow us on Instagram for exclusive access to new arrivals!

Made in the late 1960s, this hostess dress is such a dream, in gorgeous watercolor graphic print. Beginning in the 1930s (until about the 1970s), when receiving guests at home, hostesses would wear a long, flowing gown in a bright print and gauzy fabric; often it would have a split down the front, and be worn over pants, as is the case with this piece. However, I added some discrete hooks to the top of the slit, so that it can be worn as a dress with nothing under (the bodice and skirt are fully lined). Of course, you could layer over palazzo pants, cigarette pants, shorts, a skirt... the possibilities are seriously endless. It features a ruffled V-neck, and a ribbon belt— I love that the belt has a snap closure in the back and is attached to the dress for a clean look— a finishing that we don't often see in modern ready-to-wear clothing. Secures in the back with a zip closure.

Measurements:
Shoulders: 14"
Chest: 36.5"
Waist: 26"
Hips are open
Length: 54" (could easily be hemmed!)
Great vintage condition. Very minor wear includes some irregularity to fabric texture in a tiny area (not very visible but something you could feel by touching). With any questions about the specific condition or size, please email shop@verybreezy.com for additional photos or measurements.

@VERYBREEZY — Follow us on Instagram for exclusive access to new arrivals!

This item is sold from an excellent, highly rated vintage seller in New York, NY.

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