1970s Red Top Stich Jean Muir Jersey

Jean Muir is renowned for her cut and use of fluid flowing jerseys. This dress is a classic example of that aesthetic. It a fabulous pink based red (I honestly can't decide if it is a red or a pink) weightless jersey that moves like nothing else. The top is cut in a simple fashion until you hit the waist at which point there is a sewn in waist band that is seamed and top stitched to create both visual interest and to display her trademark detailing. This same treatment is on each cuff and at the notch of each cuff sits another trademark - a single clear rod button - so subtle it is almost unnoticeable! The skirt swings out from the waist and falls perfectly. Each of her dresses where made one at a time and by one single person start to finish. They are spectacular and literally transform into these magical draped things of beauty when they hit a live body. The cut allows for a variety of sizes to wear this piece - even someone with a small frame can get away with it! In perfect condition.

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