This fabulous 1960s Berkertex empire line dress is in great condition. This dress has a round neckline to the front, with a low back. The front of the dress has a row of decorative buttons, whilst the dress opens at the back with a nylon zip. There is a brown bow at the high waist and this dress is fully lined. The skirt is taken from one length of fabric and the pattern looks like a batik print. This dress has its “Berkertex, made in England” label. This dress is made from Dacron, polyester fabric made by DuPont, and has its “Dacron” label sewn into the back of the dress. The size label label states that this dress is a vintage size 14. This is a modern U.K. size 10. This dress is hand washable.
🔸This dress is in very good used vintage condition.
🔸The nylon zip works well.
I have measured the dress flat and doubled the waist, bust and hip measurements to give an estimated size. Please check these measurements with a dress that fits you well to avoid disappointment.
BUST 36" or 91.5cm
WAIST 28" or 71cm
HIP 38" or 96.5cm
Shoulder to waist 13" or 33cm
Waist to hem 40" or 101.5cm
Shoulder to hem 53” or 134.5cm
This dress fit the mannequin well. Mannequins measurements are bust 35", waist 27.5", hip 37".
📦 This item will be sent using Tracked Royal Mail shipping, or Tracked and Signed for where available, and Tracked and Signed for to EU countries. Within the U.K., this item will be shipped by 1st class Royal Mail signed for.
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