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Great Unknown

Ivory & gold dress, circa 1967

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Constructed in pale blue silk, this sleeveless maxi dress is fully embroidered with ivory seed beads and gold and pearlescent blue sequins. Featuring a v-neckline and slip pockets on hip, the dress has an A-line cut for a relaxed fit.


  • Constructed in pale blue silk and embellished with ivory beads and blue and gold sequins

  • Featuring a v-neckline and slip pockets on the hip

  • Zip fastening to the rear of the dress

  • Very good condition with some marking to the lining

  • Professionally dry cleaned and ozone-treated

  • Inspected by a couture-trained seamstress

  • All vintage items have been pre worn, gentle signs of wear are an inherent part of the piece


Bust: 96cm

Waist: 92cm

Hips: 98cm

Length: 132cm

We estimate this piece to be a UK size M/L

We have been as accurate as possible with the measurements provided, however please note that as vintage clothing does not follow modern standardised sizing we have created a size guide for reference. If you have any questions regarding sizing please use the ‘Need Help? Contact Us’ tab above

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How to ensure the perfect fit



From shoulder tip to shoulder tip.


The fullest part of your bustline.


From the outside of the shoulder to the cuff.


Your body’s natural waistline at its slimmest point, just above the navel.

5. HIP

Measure around the point of your hips at the top of the legs. This will be approximately nine inches below your natural waistline.


The distance from the top of your inner thigh to the ankle.


Lengths are taken from the highest point of the garment (the shoulder or the neckline) to the hem.