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Sunday, March 29, 2009

jill anderson museum dress, green, size XS (2-4)

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fabric detail

Details: 100% cotton shift with a flattering cut and vintage fabric, lined in 100% cotton muslin. 1" cap sleeves. Zippered back. Darts in front and down the back of dress. Two centered pockets on front.
Purchased at Jill Anderson in New York City on East 9th Street in the summer of 2007. Made in NY by the designer.

Imperfections: None. Worn once and cleaned once.

Size: XS (2 -4)
Paid: $265
Asking: $15 (plus shipping)

measurements:
bust: 16"
waist: 15"
Hips: 19-1/2'"
Length: 34"

Ending Date: April 25, 2009

Congratulations, Whitney!

5 comments:

fleur_delicious said...

oh, this is beautiful! I'd have to let down the hem - is there a bit of hem I could let down? Even an inch would put into my preferred "safe" zone, and two is even better.

either way, I'll throw my name in the pot - it's gorgeous!

fleurdelisarah AT hotmail DOT com

pam said...

thank you! There is a two-inch hem to play with, and I didn't mention that the finishing on the inside of the dress is impeccable. Also, a side note, I bought this for my eldest daughter, who is 5'10". It was a good length for her -- too bad she tired of it!! teenagers...

Whitney8070 said...

I love it! add me to the list please :)

Whitney8070@aol.com

fleur_delicious said...

well, if I win, my thanks to her! Two inches would be fantastic - though I'm just an inch taller than your daughter, so who knows? maybe it would be fine, as is!

thanks!

fleur_delicious said...

say, Pam - did you have a winner on this one ? I hope you don't mind if I "check in" - I was just thinking this would be a perfect piece to pack on this trip I'm taking in June.

congrats to Whitney if she's scored it!