An ethereal and totally timeless Radley of London ivory moss-crepe flutter sleeve capelet dress dating back to the mid 1970's. Radley was a British clothing company that started in the late 1960's and is best known for its association with the Quorum Boutique, of which it acquired controlling interest in 1969. The designers at Quorum, Ossie Clark and Alice Pollock, created garments under the Radley label. The garment would even be sketched by Ossie Clark then Radley’s in-house designers would use the ideas. You can definitely see his influence in this beautiful dress! The garment has an ultra flattering low plunge front peek-a-boo duel tie bodice that can adjust for perfect fit. My favorite detail are the short flutter-sleeves that flow into a back capelet. The full swing tea-length skirting is effortless to wear. This would be a fantastic summer look or divine beach bridal moment.
Bust: 32-36 inches
Waist: 28 inches
Hips: up to 46 inches
Total Length: 50 inches
This Radley of London designer dress is in excellent condition with no rips, holes or alternations. Garment slips over head with no additional closures. Highly wearable and an investment piece that will continue to increase in value.