1960s Custom Thai Silk 4 Piece Pink Set
Thai silk pieces from the sixties are in my opinion, some of the best silk work ever done in the history of fashion. This set was made by Star of Siam and the label proudly states that is was hand tailored in Bangkok. The silk is absolutely amazing and the pink as vibrant as the day it was made. It literally looks to be unworn! It was hand woven and hand screened and is an absolute testament to the craftsmanship being employed in constructing silk garments during this time period. The super model length skirt wraps into place and flares out in a wide A-line form the waist. You have the option of wearing the little triangle topped halter that simply ties into place leaving your entire back bare, or throw on the button silk top/jacket for a more covered look. It still has its little tie that you can wear around the neck or waist! Stunningly beautiful! I love it! Amazing concept & a definitive look of the sixties and a beautiful set in mint, unworn condition! Item# D322
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