Beautiful full knee-length skirt and halter crop top ensemble custom made in Central America in the mid 1960s. Both pieces are made of intricately woven wool fabric in red, yellow, green, and blue. Skirt has a hem decorated with undulating lines, petals. Halter top has stitching detail. Halter top only ties at the neck so go bare or wear a colored bra or another halter underneath. Pictures shown are pinned back. A strap could be added by a seamstress.
Martha Weathered imported fabrics and owned a boutique in Chicago. This is one of her suits she had designed and made of beautiful black Persian lamb with large sable trim. The jacket has three quarter length sleeves and gorgeous large black sable trim collar and hem. Persian Lamb wrap skirt closes at side with large black buttons. *Geraldine is embroidered in the jacket but can be covered with a pocket at your local furrier or tailor.
Modern size 2-4
Skirt: W 27, H 36, L 25
*All MRS Couture garments have been professionally cleaned and thoroughly checked before shipping, so that they are ready to wear upon arrival.
Dramatic two piece skirt and top ensemble by Carol Antell! The ensemble includes a fabulous fuchsia pink silk overlayed with black horse hair and black lace making up a stripped pattern. The circle skirt is structured with horsehair, can stand upright on it's own, and bounces wonderfully when worn. The black velvet bustier top features a sweetheart neckline with halter support, and has boning. The set is sensational. Zipper closures.
Skirt is 32" long and a circle skirt. Bustier: Bust 36", Waist 24"