Article number: 11405017
Behold, the first ever short emmy dress!
Already in the 1940s you could find skirts as short as this. They were used for sports like tennis or worn by the roller-skating waitresses of drive-in restaurants. The tuff girls of roller-skating derbys of the 1950s also wore short skirts - as later did the athletic cheerleaders of the 1960s.
Today all skirt lengths go, thus making this piece less controversial even outside the tennis court. Wear it with everything from tennis- or bowling shoes and bobby socks to high heels. Let your hair and other styling define what era you will be channeling for the day.
The 1940s inspired neckline is modest yet flattering and the V-shape and ruffles will emphasize every bust size. The fitted bodice and V-shaped waistline, in combination with the full circle skirt, will mark your waist in the most flattering way - no matter your size. On the back the shoulder straps cross over and they are adjusted by how tight you tie the bow on top of your shoulder. As always we have hidden a concealed pocket for change and a phone in the side seam on each hip. To make getting in and out of this piece easy peachy, with no need to untie the shoulder bows, there is a convenient concealed zipper on the back. And to really make this dress pop, we have added ribbons in classic contrast colors to the hem of the skirt and by the V-cut below the bust.
Sport the fun and games dress to any athletic endeavor and leave everyone amazed by your style and achievements alike.
Material: Bengaline in pale lemon yellow. 98% polyester 2% spandex. Detail ribbons in bright white.
Rec. retail price incl. VAT: SEK 1575 € 175 £ 124,50 $ 194.
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