1960’s Mode O’ Day Shirtwaist dress


1960’s Mode O’ Day Shirtwaist dress

Product description

1960’s Mode O’ Day paisley print shirtdress with matching belt. Features a pointed collar and two ties with button holes to fasten on the rhinestone buttons.

In 1932 three immigrants brothers from Lebanon started Mode O'DayTheir strategy was to manufacture dresses by the dozens, and instead of selling them wholesale to retailers, sell them from their own stores, passing the savings onto the customer. In their early days, most of their dresses cost $1. The first Mode O'Day shop was founded in Glendale, CA, and by the mid 1960s, there were over 700 stores in over 30 states. Sourced from havinsomerokinfun blogspot.



Bust: 42 inches

Waist: 32 inches

Hips: open

Length: 41 inches

Condition: Very Good missing a rhinestone on the buttons.

Modern size: Large 

Closure: metal zipper 

Colors:Green, red, blue, yellow 


Please check the measurements carefully before purchasing. It is clean and ready to wear. Shown with accessories for style. Not included. See our jewelry and accessories sections to complete your look.