Vintage Sundress Embroidered Cotton Carlye 1950s Full Skirt Small
A gorgeous heavy light mocha cotton with tonal floral embroidery all over makes up this lovely vintage summer gown by Carlye, a higher end clothing company of the era. It also features Darted bodice and princess lines at the waist, a back zip, and pretty darker mocha velvet ribbon accents.
Marked Size: none
Length (shoulder to waist): 15.5”
Length (waist to hem): 33”
CONDITION: Excellent- appears to never have been worn.
Some info about the label: Carlye Dress Corporation was formed in 1938 in St. Louis, Missouri. It was one of the great junior dress houses located in the city that was noted for its junior wear industry. In the 1940s, one designer was Margot Kopps McClintock, another was Marion McCoy who later had her own label. Sometime before 1967, Carlye was bought by clothing manufacturing giant Leslie Fay and merged into their existing lines. Written by Lizzie Bramlett, fuzzylizzie.com
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