1960s Rare Oscar de la Renta Jumpsuit

This is a fantastic 1960s jumpsuit from Oscar De La Renta! Its is shockingly light - I know it looks like it should not be with the gold - at first glance it appears to be a brocade, but the fabric is actually a light weight georgette that I believe is a silk, upon which gold thread has been worked in so that the entire piece glows when you move. The pattern is fantastic - palest blues, greens and mustards, all muted and washed so you get a soft pretty effect. The upper bodice is cut Maid Marion style with luxe rhinestone encrusted buttons and the amazing original corseted belt!† The bottom is amazing - at first glance it appears to be a full billowing skirt but its really insanely wide cut pants! Current Oscar De La Renta pieces can fetch many thousands so buying a vintage piece is a excellent alternative and a smart investment move as well. Honestly, I have probably under priced this jumpsuit so snap it up while you can! It's in fantastic condition and a true joy to have pass though my hands!

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