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Vintage Full Skirted Dresses - 1957

    Full skirted party dresses like these from 1957 are a perennial favorite with my customers.  Nothing makes your waist look tinier than a full skirt and these dresses just have a certain romanticism to them.  What about you?  Do you like wearing this style?

    At left:  Dansant ice blue taffeta dress with sequined bodice.  Sold for $45 in 1957 (about $363 in today's dollar.)
    At right:  Betty Lane separates give the look of a dress.  Blue satin blouse with a white lace skirt.   Sold for $27 in 1957 (about $193 in today's dollar.)

    At left:  Dansant strapless taffeta adorned with rhinestone studded lace.  Sold for $50 in 1957 (about $403 in today's dollar.)
    At right:  Dansant nylon ruffles with a wide taffeta waistband.   Sold for $50 in 1957 (about $403 in today's dollar.)

    At left:  Carole King black silk organza with silk and silver lurex skirt.  Sold for $25 in 1957 (about $202 in today's dollar.)
    At right:  Carole King cotton and silk blend dress with gold printed highlights.  Sold for $25 in 1957 (about $202 in today's dollar.)

    At left:  Jo Collins silk shantung and organza dress with a pretty rose print.  Sold for $30 in 1957 (about $242 in today's dollar.)
    At right:  Junior Flair floral print chiffon dress.  Sold for $30 in 1957 (about $242 in today's dollar.)

    Jonathan Logan (a favorite label of mine)  blue roses print on nylon chiffon.  The taffeta lining is also printed with roses for a shadow effect.  Sold for $25 in 1957 (about $202 in today's dollar.)