Bettie Bettie Bettie Page Kitch Vintage Inspired Avocado Green bluee Single Strap Dress 4-14 1cef7a

Bettie Bettie Bettie Page Kitch Vintage Inspired Avocado Green bluee Single Strap Dress 4-14 1cef7a

Bettie Bettie Bettie Page Kitch Vintage Inspired Avocado Green bluee Single Strap Dress 4-14 1cef7a

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Bettie Bettie Bettie Page Kitch Vintage Inspired Avocado Green bluee Single Strap Dress 4-14 1cef7aBettie Bettie Bettie Page Kitch Vintage Inspired Avocado Green bluee Single Strap Dress 4-14 1cef7a

Item specifics

Condition:
New with tags: A brand-new, unused, and unworn item (including handmade items) in the original packaging (such as ... Read moreabout the condition
Dress Length: Knee-Length
Look: Bedrock, 1950s, 1960s, Ann Margaret, Summer, Swing, Mid Century, Natalie Wood, Kitch, Retro, Rockabilly, Pin-Up, Peasant Pattern: Avocado
Material: Stretchy Color:

Green

Sleeve Style: One Shoulder Strap Neckline: Single Shoulder
Country of Manufacture: United States Occasion: Festive
Season: Spring Summer Brand:

Bettie Page

Theme: Vintage Size (Women's): 4-14
Garment Type: Dresses Size Type: Regular
Garment Care: Dry Clean Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Sleeve Length: Sleeveless Style: Emerald Holiday Dress, Velvet Dress

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