A very fun vintage skirt with crisp navy, red and cream colors, painterly stripes and pockets from Halston III. Either Halston's greatest accomplishment - bringing his garments to a wider audience during the 1980s through a collaboration with the mass retailer JCPenney - or, according to some, a decision that irreparably damaged his brand. The press and public loved it, the hoity-toity boutiques that carried his Halston line dropped him because of it. Ah fashion, such a fickle mistress!
NOTE: There are at least sixteen pulls in the polyester fabric of this skirt with one running the entire back hem of the skirt and my asking price reflects the condition of this skirt. Please see images #4 and #1 for examples. Smallest pull is 1/4" and the longest pull is 36". How noticeable are the pulls? One doesn't really notice them unless one is looking due to the fact that the stripes are what catches your eye. You'll know the pulls are there, others likely won't.
Vintage size 10, please see measurements below for proper fit. Flat front waistband in front, elastic in back. Placement of pockets lets you know that the skirt is to be worn with the tag in front. 100% polyester. Machine wash warm. Tumble Dry Low Heat. Message me if you'd like to see additional images, I have eight more showing close-ups of the skirt.
- 18" waist
- 36" width at hem
- 27.5" length
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