1970s Saks 5th Ave Red Chiffon Maxi

Such a shame that this piece does not have any other label other then the Saks Fifth Avenue department store label as it must be a designer piece! The drape and cut are just too brilliant for it not to be. Right on trend with the current obsession for all things red, chiffon and long, this is a wonderful, goddess, tiered and draped poly chiffon piece that has a wonderfully floating effect when worn. Quite modest in its cut the neckline is high and the skirt long but its the fabric that takes center stage. There is actually a full dress done in silk crepe, built in under the entire dress so you get a pretty and romantic feel on the exterior but feel properly structured and covered inside. The skirt is incredible - I love the tiered layers that float atop of each other. The way they move when this is one is incredible! The waist gets cinched in with a sash made of matching fabric. The top of the dress is kept simple to balance that wonderful skirt! Really a stunning and chic dress. Excellent condition. Item# DD764

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