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1970s Norman Norell Camel Stand Collar Wool Day Dress, W28"

1970s Norman Norell Camel Stand Collar Wool Day Dress, W28"

Mary Tyler Moore would have loved this classy number! Early 1970s minimalist - just throw on a silk scarf and you are ready for the newsroom, or anywhere else a serious working gal might turn up. 


Norman Norell was one of the first American designers to have his own label - he started out dressing silent film stars and went on to develop a name for well-constructed, deceptively simple but striking fashions. He was particularly known for his necklines, and this dress is a great example, with a high wide band collar, set-in bishop's sleeve, patch pockets, cover buttons, and a matching, attached covered belt.

LABEL: Norman Norell New York. Mabel Danahy Buffalo.

COLOR: Light Camel

MATERIAL: Wool

CONDITION: Outer dress: There is one small moth hole on the back of the standing collar 1 inch from zip. There are also various minuscule bites and dot marks throughout, you can see some on the sleeve close up.

Lining: 7 water marks/ stains on lining of front bodice area and skirt between 1 and 4 inches each. There is a dark line (like a fold line) 6 inches up from the hem, all the way around, with another similar line 8 inches above that on the front only. Lastly, there is an 11 inch pulled thread on the front.

MEASUREMENTS, allow for some ease:

Bust: 36 in. (91.44 cm)
Shoulder (seam to seam): 14.5 in. (36.8 cm)
Sleeve: 23 in. (58.4 cm)
Nape to Waist: 16 in. (40.5 cm)
Waist: 28 in. (71.12 cm)
Hips (please double): 34 in. - 36 in. (86.36 cm - 91.44 cm)
Waist to Hem: 32 in. (81.2 cm)
Sweep (please double): 23 in. (58/4 cm)

Regular price €563,95 EUR
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