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Preowned Black Crepe Flowing Blouse, 1970s

Preowned Black Crepe Flowing Blouse, 1970s

Regular price £350.00 GBP
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Product Details

A rare 1970s vintage Alice Pollock for Quorum black evening shirt / blouse. In a quality satin backed crepe with accordion pleats on the front and back. The cut is incredible made in a huge amount of fabric creating a loose, flowing smock shape, really making the most of the drape of the crepe. The sleeves are extremely long and leg o mutton shaped, creating a dramatic balloon shape when worn.


Estimated Size: Marked 10 but fits a women's Small to Large due to huge amount of fabric.


Bust - Free

Waist - Free

Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 25” / 63cm


Details & Condition

Era: 1970's

Designer: Alice Pollock for Quorum

Fabric: Satin back Crepe


- London Made

- Slips on over head


Very Good Vintage Condition - Light signs of wear commensurate with age and use and a small number of spots of sheen to sleeves. Two tiny pinholes to back. No other stains, tears or holes.

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