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1960s Vintage Moroccan Pink Silver Metallic Sleeveless Caftan Dress
After seeing the centuries-old silhouette for the first time on a trip to Morocco, Vogue editor-in-chief Diana Vreeland returned to the U.S. calling the caftan “the most becoming fashion ever invented.” True to that proclamation is this exquisite vintage one from around her era.
Crafted from an unbelievably gorgeous lightweight pink and silver lamé fabric, it shimmers all over. A passementerie of the same colors trims the armholes, slide slits, neckline and center front, which closes impeccably with a hundred fabric loops and fabric-covered ball buttons. Fully lined in pink rayon, the sleeveless design is loose fitting and flares to the ankles, making it—as it should be—ideal for the warm weather.
Size estimate: Small to Large
Bust: Up to 40 inches
Waist: Up to 42 inches
Hips: Up to 47 inches
Length: 50 inches
This vintage caftan from the Sixties is in excellent condition. It is cut from a pink and silver lamé lightweight fabric and trimmed in a passementerie in the same colors. The center front closes with a hundred fabric loops and fabric-covered metal ball buttons.
The sleeveless silhouette, which is fully lined in pink rayon, falls loosely to the ankles, with side slits at the bottom. This garment has been professionally dry-cleaned and pressed. High-quality vintage pieces like this are yours to live in and love while increasing in value every year. It’s never too soon to start collecting them, as an investment in your wardrobe—and in yourself.