Article number: 12401014
We now give you the chance to get your hands on one of Emmy’s own vintage treasures! Emmy loves this dress so much she decided to share it – updated with some typical emmy attributes, of course. Such as the flattering sweetheart neckline and modern stretchy materials far from as fragile as the original vintage piece!
As you can see this dress is a festival of interesting cuts and pleats, all the better to bring out your best features! This dress will accentuate any hourglass figures out there, or help you achieve that classically feminine look. The waist is marked all around, the bust enhanced by pleats and even your behind is amplified by a cut reminiscent of a train. In the back there’s also a long concealed zipper that makes you slip in and out of it with ease.
The many intriguing cuts, the flowy A-line skirt, the short sleeves and the neckline bring to mind the classic tea dresses of the 1940’s. The kind you just threw on in a rush when you were off to afternoon tea with your pals…Sipping creamed tea from one of those tiny rosy tea cups, nibbling on cucumber sandwiches and gossiping over the soft tunes of a lonely piano…But now I’m just slipping away so let’s just wrap this up by saying it works perfectly on a first date, an important day at work, dance class or whatever you set your mind to, that requires you to look effortlessly fabulous!
Material: Heavy jacquard in black and white (looks dark gray at a distance). 70% polyester 28% viscose 2% spandex. (The material feels much more natural than the composition indicates).
Rec. retail price incl. VAT: 1950 SEK / € 219 / £ 164,50 / $ 237,50
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Below you can see the available sizes for this garment:
(The sizes are in Scandinavian/German sizing. The measurements for this particular garment you’ll find if you click on the picture to the right and browse through the pictures that pop up.
You will find a general measurement list and international size converter by clicking the link “size chart” at the very bottom of the webpage.
We rarely do refills in season so what you see below is what's in stock.)