Bill Tice, the American designer known for known for stylish robes and lounge wear; dresses and pajamas that could be worn inside or outside the home. In addition to his namesake label, Tice notably designed for Malcolm Starr and Swirl. This maxi-length red and white print wrap dress has a versatility and practicality typical of the relaxed 1970s liberated woman ethos. And... it has pockets.
Two side invisible pockets, smocked waist, adjustable scalloped red button shoulder straps and upper chest closure; full length back open seam with attached belt string in matching textile.
Label: Bill Tice
Estimated fit: M-L
Fabric: 50% cotton, 50% polyester
Condition: Excellent vintage condition
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CHEST 36 - 38 inches approx
LENGTH (chest to hem ) 53 inches
SHOULDER (strap length) 15.75 inches
WAIST 28 to 30 inches
LENGTH 61 & 42 inches
WIDTH 0.5 inches
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