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1960s Red and White Summer Dress with Belt .

£32.00

Cute 1960s Summer Dress with Belt Manmade fibre in red and white abstract pattern  Approx 10/12 with 36cm bust £32 inc UK postage..

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1970's Cotton Maxi Beach Dress

£32.00

This is a cool little number,  a psychedelic blue green maxi dress circa 1970's /late 60'sNo label but the pattern matching to sleeves and hem (and back zip) make me think it's shop bought.We've called it a beach dress as the zip slides all the way down at the back so you can put on sleeves first, or wear it back to front and leave open, unles..

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1970's Elmoor of London Red Flower Maxi Dress

£42.00

Striking floral Elmoor of London maxi dress.Long full sleeves with elasticated cuffs and a low scoop back. Lined at the top with a zip to fasten at the rearApprox size 10-12Bust 34" Length 54"£42 including free UK postageT's & C's ;# We're happy to offer a 14 day returns period, full refunds offered subject to customer funded return in ori..

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1970's Psychedelic Maxi Dress and Jacket

£58.00

Lovely 2 piece dating to around the early 1970's/late 1960'sPsychedelic purple and blue flowers on the strappy, sleeveless, empire line, maxi dress, with a short 5 buttoned, long sleeve jacket to throw on top.Made by Wendy, a name we've seen occasionally and all in excellent conditionIgnore the size 12 label, this is an 8 with a 32" bust and 28" un..

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1960's Psychedelic Trouser Suit .

£58.00

Wow! A jaw-dropping suit that scream the psychedelic 60's Made in 100% silk by Sambo, a name we see quite often but who's name has fallen out of favour somewhat, actually it's the nickname of Samuel Sherman who was also behind the Dollyrockers label. Active through the 1950's working in the same vein as Horrockses, by the 1960's t..

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1960's Uzbek Psychedelic Ikat Coat .

£148.00

This stunning Ikat coat from around the 1960's if not earlier, is a bold piece with tons of history behind it! The ceremonial Ikat coat originates from Uzbek to be worn by monarchs and those of wealth to symbolise riches and status. This particular gem seems to have been converted to a womens coat and have buttons added around the 1960..

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