1970s Silk Chiffon & Roses Treacy Lowe

The thing about Treacy Lowe dresses is the fabric. She used the lightest, finest, almost impossible to work with tissue silk gauze's and sheer silk chiffons that you can possibly use before you have nothing in your hands at all. It means that a dress like this weighs a few ounces and feel like nothing else when worn. This has a definite nod to that flowing draped goddess wear so prevalent in the 70s. The dress flows out from the shoulders and then again from the elastic set waist and yards of silk drape to the ground. The sleeves are left unlined and are very wide - almost kimono like in nature. The print is hand screened and the design is a profusion of tiny perfect flowers that cover every inch. Pretty threads of gold thread through to give it a subtle shimmer. I love the contrasting edge on the bottom hem and each sleeve! The silk chiffon is the the finest Indian silk you could get at that time. Mint condition.

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