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Vintage 1960s Tie Dye Dress Boul’ Miche by Gerald Pierce M


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This is a 1960s tie dye dress made under the Boul’ Miche by Gerald Pierce label.  Boul’ Miche was a New York fashion house headed by Gerald Pierce during the mid-1960s.   Boul” Miche was known for its use of colourful fabrics and this dress is no exception, featuring a striking tie dye pattern is tones of golden yellow, brown, grey, violet and black against a white background. The dress is made in a sleeveless A line with cutaway shoulders, open upper back and in a below the knee length.  Despite being A line, it falls straight with draping.  This 1960s tie dye dress does up at the back neck with two buttons and is fully lined in a voile that I think is cotton based.

Label:  Boul’ Miche by Gerald Pierce.  There are no other labels.  

Fabric:  Unlabeled, but appears to be a quality cotton faille - not sure exactly, but definitely very good quality  

Sizing: There is no size label on this 1960s tie dye dress, and although it should fit a medium size, please rely on the following exterior measurements for fit:

Bust:  35”

Waist:  38”

Hips:  43”

Hemline:  53”

Overall length:  39 1/2”

Condition:  This 1960s tie dye dress is in excellent condition with no noted wear, tear, stains or odour.

The fabric is pretty spectacular on this 1960s tie dye dress - nice example of mid 60s American fashion design!