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vintage 1950's dress ...darling Gigi Young floral chiffon new look dress

vintage 1950's dress ...darling Gigi Young floral chiffon new look dress

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true vintage 1950's dress ...dior inspired Gigi Young New York floral chiffon dress with an ultra poofy 3 layer skirt

The Suzy Perette New York & Gigi Young New York labels brought Parisian designs to the U.S. in the 1950s --a registered trademark of Lombardy Dress (founded as Lombardy Frocks in 1930) and was first used in commerce in 1946.

The company was started by Max Blauner, and later Sidney Blauner acquired the right to incorporate Dior’s notions into dresses that retailed in the United States under the Suzy Perette & Gigi Young labels.


    • classic dior inspired dramatic silhouette with a fitted bodice and a super full skirt
    • wide scooped neckline and back with self-piping trim
    • 3 layer skirt --outer floral chiffon, shocking pink underskirt, and a tulle crinoline layer
    • lined through the bodice
    • gusseted short sleeves
    • original bow belt with 3 snaps
    • back metal zipper  


Measurements given are ''actual'' measurements of the item taken from the outside of the garment. Please consider your individual comfort and compare measurements accordingly. For more information regarding our sizing, or measurement process please review our


labeled a vintage size 10

bust-34-36", waist-25", length-44"


Excellent. Appears to have been hardly worn. Some watermarks on underskirt that don't show when worn and may easily lift with a professional cleaning. Price adjusted accordingly.

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