50's Vintage Reproduction Hawaiian Halter Sun Dress-1950s Vintage Style Swing Dresses

50's Vintage Reproduction Hawaiian Halter Sun Dress-1950s Vintage Style Swing Dresses
Our 1950s vintage reproduction "Tropical Temptress" dress is a Blue Velvet Vintage Exclusive. You won't find it anywhere but here! A classic retro look for summer cocktail parties, beach weddings, tiki and rockabilly events, swing dances or wherever you want to stand out from the crowd.
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