We keep low stock levels on site so sometimes our manufacturer will complete your garment only once you order, and that can take a week or so. If you are in a rush, please order and let us know when you need it. We’ll do our best.
We are pleased to bring you this gorgeous floral in radiant sunset shades. This is truly a joyous print of apricot, peach and lemon combined in stunning, big ruffled dahlia shaped blooms on a black background.
Dark florals have the ability to carry you throughout the year with appropriate layering. You could pair her just with simple black accessories for easy style, or pick out any of her warm tones for a really happy look. A pop of green in a handbag or hat would be amazing! In autumn you could team this print with brown boots and a cardigan and I think it would pair well, just to change it up and get the most out of your wardrobe.
It’s a lovely weight viscose, perfect for dancing! And don’t forget the pockets hidden within the vintage styling.
Viscose (or Rayon, as the American's call it) is made from wood pulp and is more drapey than cotton and breathes better than polyester. They marketed it as "artificial silk", especially in the war years when supplies of real silk was needed for the manufacturing of parachutes.
It's cut to the same fit as the Mary, so you can be assured you'll fit your regular size. This time it's early to mid 40s with a gorgeous sweet heart neckline, and a front panel ending in a point at the waist. Gathers either side to flatter your curves.
The skirt is a classic wartime shape with a flat front panel and gathers at the hips.
Shoulder pads for authenticity (easily removed by snipping the stitching if you so desired)