Vintage Grey Wool Secretary Dress 1950s Ben Barrack Size 6-8
Fabulous design in 100% fine wool, this vintage dress in dark charcoal in grey with black pinstripes is a great little "secretary dress" ala " Mad Men".
The darted bodice has one piece 3/4 sleeves , a fully open front with matte black button closure, and two faux pocket flaps on the front.
The skirt is a tight pencil style. Only the skirt is lined and only quarter lined. It has one designer label" Ben Barrack".
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Here is some information about Ben Barrack you may find helpful.
Ben Barrack (1906-1996) was the owner of a mid-priced Seventh Avenue fashion house that specialized in petites. He got started in the fashion business by working in retail, but by the 1940s he had started his manufacturing venture. Barrack was a charter member of the New York Dress Institute, which was formed in 1940. His wife, Florence, was the designer at Ben Barrack until 1969.
Marked Size: none
Sleeve from shoulder: 18
Sleeve from underarm: 14
Length (shoulder to waist): 16.5
Length (waist to hem): 27