“Elegantly-tailored” and “Boho late 1960’s” are phrases that don’t usually go together when describing clothing from this era, unless perhaps you’re talking about some very high-end designer dress from Europe. But, that is surprisingly what we have here!
The common 1960’s Victorian/Edwardian style is fully lined (excluding the sleeves), with a chiffon-type over-skirt and carefully-done detail at the neckline, upper arms and cuffs. Not your typical high school Prom dress, unless Mom was an expert dressmaker.
I just love finding interesting true vintage fashion that is delightful and also gives me a surprise! Been batting just about 1000 this time – stay tuned for the next one . . . . . . . . . .
MORGANA MARTIN, THE MAGICVINTAGESPY