vintage Pucci FFR loungewear

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From our Stylist's Collection

This is a 1960s vintage Emilio Pucci for Form Fit Rogers night dress. The nylon loungewear has a sleek mod style and print in turquoise and purple tones. It features a high neck with button closures on the shoulders, an elasticized waistband, and slits up the sides of the skirt. 

  • 100% nylon

CONDITION

In fair to good condition. On the right shoulder, three of the four original buttons were replaced. There are a few small snag runs in the bust and back.

SIZE & MEASUREMENTS

Tag Size Medium
Bust 33 inch 83.8 cm
Length 53 inch 134.6 cm
Shoulders 14.5 inch 36.8 cm
Waist 25 inch (with stretch) 63.5 cm
Hips 47 inch 119.4 cm
Side slit length 26 inch 66 cm

Dresses

  • Items measured lying flat
  • Bust measured across the front from armpit to armpit. Double the measurement for size. 
  • Length measured down the center of the back from the top neck seam to the bottom of the garment. 
  • Waist measured across the dress on the waist seam, or wear the waist would naturally lie. Double for size. 
  • Hips measured across the dress at the fullest part of the hips (approximately 7-9 inches below the waist).  Double for size. 
  • Sleeves measured down the underarm from the armpit to the end of sleeve.
  • Outer sleeve measured from the shoulder seam to the end of sleeve down the outside of the arm. 
  • Shoulders measured between shoulder seams on the backside. 
  • Center of Neck to Cuff measured from the back center of the neck down the outside of the arm to the end of the sleeve. 

Our philosophy behind the collections of 86 Vintage is to find something from decades past and inspire our customer to translate it into their home and wardrobe. 

With back grounds in fashion and interior design , our curators select various pieces that provoke thought and creativity.  Whether in its craftsmanship, worn patina, pattern, or color, each piece is appreciated for its unique character.

The collections truly are an extension of  the thought process poured into every design project.