60s Cocktail Dress Pattern Prominent Designer M118 Gothé, Blouse, Jacket & Bell Skirt, Bust 38 Uncut
Beautiful, special 60’s style! This Prominent Designer pattern is from Gothé. David Gottlieb/Gothé is reputed to have designed inauguration dresses for Eleanor Roosevelt and Mamie Eisenhower, along with many other famous women. Making this lovely cocktail dress will not only set you apart in the crowd, but also give a touch of designer history. The sleeveless overblouse features a scoop neckline, the skirt is bell-shaped and the waist-length jacket features 3/4 length sleeves.
Pattern: Prominent Designer M118 (11 pcs w/instructions, uncut, complete, factory folded; instruction sheet is fragile with minor staining and some tearing at folds)
Back Waist Length: 16 3/4
Envelope: comes with the original mail order envelope
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